Tag: death and taxes
Tax and IRS webpages to read for U.S. citizens living abroad, including the self-employed
DISCLAIMER: First off, this website offers no tax advice. Anything that appears to be advice you use at your own risk. With that out of the way, the links:
FreeTaxUSA.com – because enemies don’t even let enemies use TurboTax…
I’ve posted elsewhere more specifically about the evils of TurboTax (and all things Intuit), and have suggested ways of doing your own accounting without software (namely, getting free help from government agencies like the SBA). In this post I am happy to tell you that I have found a truly free online tax alternative.
Lie: You need TurboTax to do your taxes
No, you most certainly don’t. In fact you really shouldn’t! Here’s why…
TurboTax is either the best worst software or the worst best software ever
Best worst? Worst Best? The jury is still out… But why the love hate, hate love relationship with TurboTax (and everything else from Intuit)?
TurboTax Online does not do S Corporation 1120s filing
It’s tax time for small businesses. As of this writing, March 15th is the annual deadline for filing 1120s (S Corp) and Schedule k-1 forms. I fill out (pdf) and file (upload pdf to mail-a-letter and send) mine myself every year.
Tax Software Price Gouging – One Man’s Ignorance is another man’s bliss
Just look at how much this website is charging for something you can do with a few postage stamps yourself…
Death and Taxes – ordering 1099-misc