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Optima Tax Relief Reviews How Low-Income Not-Tax Filers May Qualify for Economic Impact Payment

In the following post, Optima Tax Relief reviews services low-income taxpayers and non-filers can use to register for their Economic Impact Payment. Low-income taxpayers and those experiencing homelessness might have some difficulty receiving their Economic Impact Payment if they haven’t filed their income taxes in the previous years. However, a free tool from the Internal Revenue Service allows low-income individuals who will not be filing a 2018 or 2019 tax return to register for their coronavirus relief payment easily and efficiently. The payment tool for non-filers is designed for individuals with incomes below $12,200 and married couples with incomes below $24,400, including…

Bharat Bhise – Side Hustles to try Out

If you have a little bit of a business mind and you’d like to try and make some side cash then we have some great ideas for you to try out. Many people can only get more income if they do overtime of if they get a promotion, but if nether of those options are available then it isn’t easy to make that little bit of extra money that you need. The brilliant Bharat Bhise was a huge help to me once I started trying to make some cash on the side of my day job and i really have him…

Victor Restis & Restis Family Honor Patriarch Through Charitable Giving

Greater Stellenbosch Development Trust’s (GSDT) core mandate is to provide a safe, educational environment for the youth of Khayamandi, a township in Stellenbosch, South Africa, where development and nurturing can take place in a positive manner and where learners can begin the process of exceling academically. Using a holistic approach, GSDT provides learners with nutritious meals, monitors their health, evaluates psychological welfare, and provides them with essential life skills for the future. At present, close to 300 children attend the program. Initially established to benefit orphans from homes affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic, the program has widened its beneficiary scope…

How to Get into Real Estate Investing

Let’s face it real estate investment is a dream of most people, because its not only a fun and tangible way to invest but also it can have healthy and predictable returns.  So how can you get into real estate investing for the first time, and how do you develop a real estate portfolio? Real Estate Investing for Beginners How you make your first investment will depend much upon what funds you have available to you, and what skills, you have. If you have funds available and can get a mortgage as well and you have some house renovation skills then…

Choosing a Cattle Ranch For Sale

It can be a hard choice when selecting a cattle ranch for sale because in your own area there may not be many to pick from, but now with online agents who list cattle ranches for sale across several states including Texas, New Mexico and Nevada you can see a lot more options within your budget.  So the next thing to consider is what exactly do you want from your cattle ranch? Options When Choosing a Cattle Ranch For Sale The first choice of course you need to make is whether you will be managing the ranch yourself or just living…

If you have received a CP90 Notice from the IRS related to your outstanding tax debt, here is what you need to do next, according to the tax experts at Optima Tax Relief

Each year, millions of Americans look forward to receiving a tax refund from the IRS following the filing of their taxes. But for many American taxpayers, the end of tax season marks the beginning of their journey to navigate through their tax debt. Filing taxes is never fun, and can be a time-consuming, confusing process. But what can be even more challenging is trying to navigate through the many steps and options available to those taxpayers working to pay off their debt to the IRS. The IRS issues many notices to delinquent taxpayers, such as a CP90 Notice, and the…

Saving Money During The Holiday Season

With December almost here and the party season ramping up, you may find yourself in need of some new threads, shoes or accessories to help stand out from the crowd this season. Whether it’s for a fancy company Christmas party, a private function or for your big New Year’s night out, finding the perfect outfit for the party season can be daunting – especially if you can only afford one new dress and you have several functions to attend. After all, you don’t necessarily want to get caught in the same dress at multiple parties where people will recognise it.…

What is life insurance for when you’re under 30

It may seem pointless to get life insurance when you’re under the age of 30. After all, if you have a family with a spouse and two kids, but no medical problems, it may seem like a waste of money to get life insurance since you could use the money for other things for your family. However, there are actually a whole host of reasons why someone in this position could really use life insurance. Here are a few examples. People Depend on You If you have a family, then you have people who depend on you and your income…

Audit Defense Reviews Show the 4 Types of Audits—and What to do During Them

The idea of going through a tax audit may send your mind into a tailspin. And understandably so. The good news? Tax audits aren’t always necessarily a bad thing. And when they do happen in less-than-stellar situations, understanding your rights can help you to navigate them with confidence. Here is a rundown on the four types of tax audits, based on audit defense reviews, and what you should do if you face one. The first type of audit is the correspondence audit, which shouldn’t cause you too much alarm if you have the documents required to substantiate the items reported on…

TaxAudit Reviews Tips to Avoid Triggering an Audit on Your Small Business

Source: Unsplash | CoWomen Operating a small business of your own can be both fulfilling and frightening all at the same time. One the one hand, you have the opportunity to take control of your career and work for yourself. On the other hand, you boost your likelihood of becoming the target of an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audit, according to the experts at TaxAudit, which has received a number of positive audit defense reviews. Here are a couple of things to avoid doing if you want to lower your chances of having the IRS come knocking at your door.…