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The White House’s Tax Filing Tips

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In the past 14 months, we’ve covered many of the ways the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act might affect your household finances, including home buyer tax credits and energy efficiency tax credits.

If you still haven’t yet found the time to file your taxes, or if you’re the sort of person who makes it a sort of game to wait until the last possible second (I used to do that, though I can’t explain why), you might find some useful information from the Recovery Act Tax Savings Tool. It’s an interactive tool on the White House’s web site that asks you questions about your particular situation and offers reminders about tax savings or credits.

If you’re using a professional filing tool or company to help you, there’s a good chance they’ll also cover these same questions, but you can’t be too prepared, or be too informed.

Published or updated April 9, 2010. If you enjoyed this article, subscribe to the RSS feed or receive daily emails. Follow @ConsumerismComm on Twitter and visit our Facebook page for more updates.

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Smithee formerly lived primarily on credit cards and the good will of his friends. He is a newbie to personal finance but quickly learning from his past mistakes. You can follow him on Twitter, where his user name is @SmitheeConsumer. View all articles by .

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