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Did you visit a casino during your summer vacation? Well if you got lucky and had gambling winnings make sure to report it on your tax return. You can deduct your gambling losses if you itemize deductions,but only up to the amount of your gambling winn
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#TaxPlanning: Summer Weddings
Its wedding season!! Getting married greatly affects your tax situation. Although taxes may be the last thing on your mind, you want to be prepared tax-wise when you file your taxes in 2020.
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1$500 Bonu$ – also referred to as Free Tax Loan – $ is an optional tax refund related loan, not your tax refund, and is via ATC Advance for qualified individuals (Not EML). The amount of the advance – $100 to $500 – will be deducted from tax refunds and reduce the amount that is paid directly to the taxpayer. Tax returns may be filed electronically without applying for this loan. Fees for other optional products or product features may apply. The Bonu$ is not a “personal loan” and approval is subject to satisfaction of identity verification, eligibility criteria, and underwriting standards. There is no cost to the taxpayer to receive an advance… 0 fees – 0% interest! Ask ATC Tax Pro for details. Limited time offer at participating locations.
2Free Tax Preparation is for simple Federal 1040ez and does not include State.
3Free Tax Loans refer to ATC Bonus1 Loan which has 0 Fees and is Interest Free – 0% APR. There is no additional cost associated with the actual loan. See disclaimer1 for more details.