Work at Home Tax Tips  

Posted by: TRochelle in , , , , , , ,

I apologize for my absence but this IS tax season. This time of year is especially busy for many of us. If you are an independent contractor, its pretty stressful too. No one wants to trigger an audit so its best to follow the rules to the letter. If you are unsure about your taxes, then you may need a teaching tool or some helpful hints. This is something I might be able to assist with. Check out these helpful links and tips to help avoid ticking off the IRS!

Teaching Tool


Your best friend could be your accountant, bookkeeper, professional tax preparer, or simple tax software that you can purchase at your local electronics or general merchandise store.

Tax software, albeit intimidating at times, can be a wealth of knowledge. With online updates, tax software can hold all the information necessary to perform the most complicated tax forms. There are several versions of software, depending on experience and level of tax difficulty, that a consumer can choose from.


These software companies offer online support for those who are still feeling unsure about their taxes. These knowledgeable professionals are there to give you assistance and guidance while you do your taxes. There are fees for these services associated with some software. You are paying for the assistance of people who have advanced education and experience in tax law, return preparation, and the tax industry.

Companies like Intuit also hire people to work from home (as I am sure you saw in the leads section because you check it everyday). For more information on the different opportunities Intuit offers for people who work from home visit the link below.

Work for Intuit

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