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Benefits Of Filing Taxes Earlier Than Later

Jan 22 2014

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Most Americans dislike filing taxes on an annual basis. With that in mind, plenty of people wait until the last minute to do so. Taxpayers can face various consequences by choosing to file later instead of sooner. Even TurboTax users can wait until the last second, even though early filers reap the biggest benefits.

For instance, an early filer will receive their tax refund sooner. They won't have to worry about waiting for the refund or stressing out about their returns. An earlier return means that filing taxes offers an immediate benefit to taxpayers. Without a doubt, peace of mind is always beneficial, too.

There are very few consequences associated with filing taxes late, too. TurboTax users might feel a little weird filing early, though. Likewise, they might not receive all of their income statements immediately at the turn of the new year. Feeling rushed isn't always something that people particularly enjoy.

In the end, a person should file their taxes with TurboTax each year. Doing so makes everything easier and more streamlined. TurboTax offers new products and features with each new tax season. For that reason, taxes are simplified and faster with each passing year, and regular users reap this benefit annually.

There's really no reason a person should wait on filing taxes for a given year. In reality, doing so causes far more problems than most people realize. Nothing beats an early return because that means more money in the bank. Thousands of taxpayers know this, yet millions fail to take advantage of such an opportunity.

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