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The 7 best income tax apps for the iPad

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The big deadline to file your income taxes with the IRS is Tuesday, April 15. And if you’re like me, you still haven’t gotten them done yet. We all have our bad years, but there are a number of apps that can help you out.

Tax Tip: Top 10 tips about free tax preparation

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How to get an extension on your taxes

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5 tax security strategies for small business

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Start preparing now for upcoming tax season

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