When it comes to preparing our taxes, many of us could use some help. The following websites offer guidance and information that may assist you in learning about how to get the most out of filing your returns.
Recommended by Forbes.com, Fairmark.com sia tax site dedicated to helping investors file their taxes correctly, offering a Tax Help Center and guidance when dealing with Roth IRAs, capital gains, and financing for college.
Although not affiliated with IRS.gov, this site suggests online taxx programs you can use for filing your return; info about extensions, deductions, and refunds; and Hot Topics, such as Tax Scams.
MSN Money's Tax Estimator hepls you prepare to file this year's taxes with information about tax law changes. A tax terms glossary helps you decide what forms you need to file, and tax attorney Jeff Schnepper answers questions you post in the Tax Corner message board.
A directory of tax and accounting websites, TaxSites.com provides links for state tax agencies, legal information, organizations, and governmment sites for each state.
United States Tax Court
The U.S. Tax Court lets you dispute tax-related offenses. This site describes the process the court uses, presents FAQs about what's involved when a case goes to tax court, and gives contact information for court offices and judges.
The giant search engine's Taxes page includes Tax Tips, a Tax Guide For Investors, Tax Education, and resources that can help users find an accountant or talk with others on the Yahoo! message board.