It's that time of year again, tax season. Whether you're working on your Form 1040 yourself or turning your annual tax-filing task over to a professional, you'll want to check out all the Filing Season Tax Tips.
They are highlighted there at the top of the ol' blog's right column through the tax return filing deadline.
After their time in the spotlight, they then are archived on their own monthly tax tip pages. Normally, that would be the January through mid-April filing season.
In 2020, however, the coronavirus pandemic upended everything, including tax season. Tax Day was moved from April 15 to July 15. That means the Filing Season Tax Tips now cover January, February, March, April, May, June and — tah-dah! — July. Wow. That felt weird to type.
But things are weird in 2020, and not just here in Austin, Texas. In an effort to deal with this new bizarro world and keep some semblance of tax normalcy, you can always check out these monthly tax tip pages whenever the tax mood, or new 2020 Tax Day filing deadline, strikes.
And when the new extended filing season finally ends in mid-July, stick around. You can catch new tax tips on a weekly basis in this very same spot. These Weekly Tax Tips Tips, like these from 2019, will help if you got a filing extension (that's still to Oct. 15) or are ready to do some planning for the next tax year.
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