Mar 22, 2021
Stash’s One-Stop Guide to Tax Season
Before you file your taxes, it can help you to get organized.
Filing your taxes can seem overwhelming, and you might be tempted to wait until the deadline to get all your paperwork in order.
But filing your taxes doesn’t have to be painful, and if you get organized, it can really help you file more quickly. So, we’ve pulled together this guide to help you navigate basics about filing, including the forms, dates, and recent changes to tax brackets.
Remember: The sooner you file your taxes, the sooner you’re likely to receive a tax refund, if you’re eligible to receive one.
Check out all of our tax season tips:
Stash’s Tax Checklist: Things You Need to Know Before You File
Find out which tax bracket you’re in and decide whether you’ll itemize deductions.
Find Out About the Most Important Changes to Your 2020 Taxes
The IRS tweaked tax brackets and standard deductions.
The Tax Season Dates You Need to Know for 2022
Keep these important dates in mind for your 2020 taxes.
Your Stash and Taxes: The (Super) Basics
Here’s a breakdown of why you may or may not have tax documents from Stash, and where to find them.
Yes, You Have to Pay Taxes on Your Side Gig
Know which forms to file, and when to pay estimated taxes.
Why Your Taxes Might Change if You Worked in Another State in 2020
You could owe income taxes in multiple states.
2020 Tax Refund on the Way? Here’s How People Plan to Spend Theirs
As vacations are delayed, more people will save and invest.
*This information should be construed as Tax or Legal advice. For additional Tax related information please consult a Tax professional. In addition, you may access the IRS website.
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