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Super Bowl bets, missing tax forms & more Daily Tax Tips fun

Finger_pointing to rightWhat do Super Bowl bets and missing tax forms have in common?

They're all part of this week's Daily Tax Tips.

Yes, the end of January is hectic for sports fans, particularly NFL aficionados or folks who love Super Bowl ads and halftime shows, as well as taxpayers.

Since it's been a crazy five days, and Friday isn't even over yet, you might have missed these and the other tax tips that were posted, as the pointing finger indicates, in the upper right corner of the ol' blog's home page this week.

Don't worry. We're good tax teammates here at Don't Mess With Taxes. If you fumbled on keeping track of any of the Daily Tax Tips, we're providing a wrap-up every Friday.

Here are the five tax tips that ran this week:

  1. Your three tax return choices (Monday, Jan. 26, 2015)
  2. Tax documents are on the way (Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015)
  3. Winning bets are taxable income (Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015)

    This tax advice covers any winnings from Sunday's myriad NFL championship game wagers. More on betting and other Super Bowl related tax topics is coming this weekend. And go Seattle Richard Shermans Seahawks!

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  4. No 1099s? No problem (Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015)
  5. What to do if you don't get a W-2 (Friday, Jan. 30, 2015)

Special tax tip pages: And if you happen to miss a Friday round-up, don't worry about that either.

You can find all the tips, which began Jan. 6, at special blog pages for each month in which they run.

The January tax tips page is live and, as of today, complete. The coming months' weekday tax tips pages will be created when they arrive.

That means on Monday, Feb. 2, you can check out the first tax tip for February, if you're not too hung-over from your Super Bowl party celebrations.

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