NextAdvisor Blog - Tax Preparation

Identity Theft 101: Employment and Benefits Identity Theft

Employment and benefits identity theft are both devastating, but they're rarely discussed. Learn about both and find out how to protect yourself from them.
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The 2018 Tax Season is Here: How Can You Prepare?

We're in the last week of January and it's officially the start of the 2018 tax season. Here's what you need to know when filing your taxes this year.
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Tax Season Post-Equifax: What the Massive Data Breach Means for Your Taxes

What's in store for tax season post-Equifax? Learn how the mega breach could impact the upcoming tax filing season and find out how to protect yourself.
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Financial Steps to Take After Losing a Parent

Losing a parent is hard enough. This guide gives you an overview of what you need to do after your parents pass to make settling their affairs easier.
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Charitable Giving and Your Taxes: What You Need to Know

Charitable giving and the holiday season go hand-in-hand. If you plan to donate money, goods or your time, you should know how it impacts your tax return.
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Everything You Need to Know About Tax Liens

To help you brush up on your tax lingo as the end of tax season arrives, we're breaking down what tax liens are and how they can affect you and your credit.
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How Do You File a Tax Extension?

With Tax Day looming, the time has come to either file a return or file a tax extension. Read about extensions and learn how to file one in a timely manner.
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IRS to Start Using Private Debt Collectors for Past Due Taxes This Month

This month, the IRS will start working with private debt collectors to collect past due taxes. Learn about this program and how it might affect you.
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Do Students Need to File Taxes?

If you're a student, you might not be sure whether you need to file taxes or not. Find out if students need to file taxes and if so, what they need to know.
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How Settling a Debt in Collections Can Impact Your Taxes

Settling a debt owed to a collection agency may seem like the best solution, but it's important to know the consequences it could have on your taxes.
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