The IRS is open for business. You could begin e-filing on January 30, so if you’re quick, a refund could be yours in 7 to 10 business days. You do have to watch out, though. Some credits and deductions are taking a little bit longer to be sorted, so you might not be able to file just yet if your situation is a little complex.
Under the circumstances, it’s fitting that the first two posts in this week’s money blogging roundup are tax posts. Happy filing!
Figuring Your Taxes Without All Your Tax Forms at Five Cent Nickel: It’s that time of year again and if you’re ready to start your taxes, you’ll want to read this post.
6 Tax Audit Triggers to Avoid at MintLife Blog: Great tax advice just in time for those beginning to file.
Is It Good to Have a High Credit Limit? at Moolanomy: There are pros and cons to having a high credit limit, especially if you run your own business.
Extra Income Ideas You Could Start Right Now at Stupid Cents: This post offers a wide range of job ideas that can fit just about any person’s schedule.
What’s the Best Way to Pay Off Debt? Man vs. Debt: We all have debt but there are better ways to pay it off.
How To Be The Go-To Expert – Part 2 at John Chow Dot Com: This is a must-read for all freelance writers who want to show off their expertise.
How to Manage a Large Investment Portfolio at Cash Money Life: This post shares several tips for managing a large investment portfolio, which can often be a chore.
What Would Happen to My Online Business if I Died? at The Smart Passive Income Blog: While it’s a topic most of us don’t want to think about, there are several things to do to ensure your business continues after you.