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  2. TurboTax - Wikipedia

    However, state tax filing is not free, and the cost of using TurboTax to file state returns is not presented to the user until they've already completed entering their information for federal returns. In 2008, Intuit raised the price of TurboTax for desktop customers by $15 and included a free e-filing for the first return prepared.

  3. Tax refund - Wikipedia

    In India, there is a provision of refund of excess tax along with interest. For claiming a refund one has to file the income tax return within a specified period. However, under Sections 237 and 119(2)(b) of the Income Tax Act, the Chief Commissioner or Commissioner of Income Tax are empowered to condone a delay in the claim of a refund.

  4. Here’s How The Saver’s Credit Can Lower Your Tax Bill by $2,000

    Depending on your adjusted gross income and tax filing status, you can claim the credit for 50%, 20% or 10% of the first $2,000 you contribute to a retirement account within a tax year.

  5. Income trust - Wikipedia

    In a typical income trust structure, the income paid to an income trust by the operating entity may take the form of interest, royalty or lease payments, which are normally deductible in computing the operating entity's income for tax purposes. These deductions can reduce the operating entity's tax to nil.

  6. Taxation in the Republic of Ireland - Wikipedia

    Revenue will calculate the tax payable for a person who files a return of income more than two months prior to the filing deadline. [61] Underpaid tax attracts an interest penalty charge of 0.0219% per day, [61] and underpayments may result in a surcharge, [62] prosecution, [63] or publication of their name in a defaulters' list.

  7. Refund anticipation loan - Wikipedia

    In the United States prior to the 2013 tax filing season, taxpayers could apply for a refund anticipation loan through a paid professional tax preparation service, where a fee is typically charged for the preparation of the tax return. Internal Revenue Service rules prohibit basing this fee on the amount of the expected refund.