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2018 Tax Filing Discounts

Tax season is almost here and that means it’s time to start thinking about filing your taxes for the 2017 year. By filing as early as possible, you’ll discover whether you have a great big tax return waiting for you or whether you still owe quite a bit. But even if it’s bad news, filing early will give you plenty of time to prepare. Now that the holiday season is upon us, you’ll be better equipped to mange your holiday budget, so you can spend more wisely. Tax preparation software like TurboTax and TaxAct are now available at ultra-low prices, as well as other tools like CreditKarma and H&R Block.

TurboTax is easily

one of the most recognizable names in tax preparation, but it is also somewhat expensive. On the plus side, it is more likely to protect you from an audit due to its accuracy and protection. And if you have any questions, certified tax experts are always on hand. With TaxAct, you’ll get a more affordable solution that’s great for homeowners and the self-employed. But ay one of these software tools would make a great choice.

H&R Block is another well-known service that alert you to every deduction you may be eligible for and can provide you with expert tax advice, allowing you to send taxes on time and as accurately as possible. But if you really don’t have the money to spend on a fancy service or software, CreditKarma is where it’s at. While they are more known for their free credit monitoring, they also provide a free tax prep service, so that you get your refund without paying any fees or other charges.

If you are interested in acquiring tax preparation software now to file your taxes, take this quiz to help you find the best tool.

Are you willing to pay for tax prep services?
Are you self employed?
Do you own a home?
Do you have investments?
Are you carrying over your info from last year?
How much is cost a concern?
Are you concerned about the accuracy of information?
Have you ever been audited?