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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Crazy Week for Me!

Hi Friends! So sorry I haven't been posting this week, but I've been so busy! I have a new job at Jackson Hewitt Tax Service. This week and next week, I'm working 40+ hours a week, and in between I'm finding great deals and printing coupons late at night and playing with my kids during the day. Oh, and running on a treadmill, since I'm also currently training for a marathon (check out my blog about that here!).

But never fear, I'll try to post a few great deals tonight! First off, Jackson Hewitt is offering $25 off your tax preparation. There are new tax laws this year that can help you get a great refund, so I highly recommend you see a tax professional to get your taxes prepared. The fees are usually higher than using an online service, but tax professionals will guarantee their work and provide audit assistance if you get audited by the IRS. Just make sure you use a coupon! Take it to the Jackson Hewitt Tax Service office across the street from McDonalds on the south side of Logan, or to the Jackson Hewitt office located at the front of the Walmart store on the north side of Logan. They'll even prepare your taxes while you shop!

What should you take with you to have your taxes prepared?
Social Security card(s)
Driver's License(s)
Dependants' Social Security numbers and dates of birth
Wage statements/W-2s
Tuition and Education Fees/1098-T
Student loan interest/1098-E
Self-employment business income and expenses/1099-MISC
Commissions received/paid
Pension, retirement income/1099-R
Unemployment income/1099-G
Canceled Debt Amount/1099-C
Social Security income/SSA-1099
IRA contributions
Statements on the sales of stocks or bonds/1099-B
Interest and dividend income/1099-INT/1099-DIV
Lottery or gambling winnings/losses
State refund amount/1099-G
Income and expenses from rentals
Alimony paid or received
Record of purchase or sale of residence
Medical and dental expenses
Real estate and personal property taxes
State or local taxes paid
Estimated taxes or foreign taxes paid
Cash and non-cash charitable donations
Mortgage or home equity loan interest paid/1098
Unreimbursed employment-related expenses
Job-related educational expenses
Educator expenses
Casualty or theft losses
Child care expenses and provider information
Information concerning your Stimulus payment check
Last year's Federal and State tax return

How much does it cost to have my taxes done?
It varies based on the complexity of your return. Call the Jackson Hewitt Tax Service office at (435) 787-8399 for a free quote and to set up your appointment! Walk-ins are also welcome.

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