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Child Care Tax Credit: Think Twice Before Getting it This Year

Are you trying to figure out if you will receive the Child Care Tax Credit this year?

As you may know, the government allows for certain tax advantages if you have a child under the age of 18. Recently the government started distributing monthly advance payments of these credits in July through the Advance Child Care Tax Credit Payments.

Let’s go through everything you need to know about the current rules surrounding this updated program, if you qualify and if you should take advantage of this credit.

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How to File Quarterly Taxes: Full Guide for Content Creators and Freelancers

Trying to figure out how to file quarterly taxes can be tough. I get it!

Being your own boss has amazing perks. You set your own hours, create your own rules, and the sky is the limit in how much you earn. But, there’s a downside – you’re also responsible for paying your own taxes.

Since you don’t work for an employer who would take your taxes out of each paycheck, you must send your tax payments to the IRS yourself, quarterly.

It’s a big responsibility, but once you get the hang of paying quarterly taxes, it becomes just another business chore you must handle.

Here’s what you must know.

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YouTube and Taxes: How to Conquer Tax Season Like a Pro!

Are you confused about how YouTube and taxes work?

Vlogging or video blogging has taken off more than the written blog today. Millions of vloggers or Youtubers make a living or at least supplement their income making videos.

Thinking outside the box is one of the best, and for some, the only way to make money during these trying times.

If this sounds like you – congratulations. You’ve found a way to make money and probably help others (videos are so helpful). But before you go spending that cold, hard cash, understand YouTube taxes and how to pay them.

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Divorce and Taxes (4 Tips for Filing Taxes After and During a Divorce)

Question of the Week: How to File Taxes after Divorce?

Unfortunately, some marriages don’t work out and the only alternative is to divorce.

Depending on the length of your marriage and the complexity, it can be too stressful to have to review the financials.

Even if you have agreed or disagree, the issue of taxes still remain in the forefront.

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Top Tax Tips for beginners. Use the computer or phone to save on taxes. #taxtips

11 Last Minute Tax Tips for Beginners for 2022

As the United States government has progressed, so has the concept of taxes.

What started as a simple tax on certain products turned into this extremely intricate system. This system is attempting to find the balance of enough funding and ensuring the countries people are happy.

That being said, when it comes time to file taxes or even to select your tax withholding code, it can seem daunting.

Have no fear!

I will go over the top tax tips for beginners.

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