PARSIPPANY, N.J., April 6, 2011 // PRNewswire // -- As the clock winds down on the April 18, 2011, deadline to file a 2010 tax return, taxpayers with complex tax situations are often among those who wait until the last minute to tackle what can become an overwhelming task. To ease their anxiety, and help ensure they get their accurate returns filed on time, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service® has a variety of timely and effective tips for taxpayers with complex tax returns.
"There are many life situations that can complicate your taxes, making a difficult task even more complex and daunting," said Mark Steber, chief tax officer, Jackson Hewitt Tax Service Inc. "We find that taxpayers with unusual employment situations, as well as middle-aged and senior taxpayers, tend to have a more complicated tax return. But no matter how complex your personal situation, being fully informed about relevant claims, credits and deductions can both ease stress and improve your tax position."
Steber shares his top tips for those with typically complex tax situations (including seniors and those who are middle-aged, self-employed or unemployed) and advises them to keep the following in mind:
Based in Parsippany, N.J., Jackson Hewitt Tax Service Inc. (NYSE: JTX) is an industry-leading provider of full service individual federal and state income tax preparation, with franchised and company-owned office locations throughout the United States. Jackson Hewitt Tax Service® also offers an online tax preparation product at www.jacksonhewittonline.com. For more information, or to locate the Jackson Hewitt® office nearest to you, visit www.jacksonhewitt.com or call 1-800-234-1040. Jackson Hewitt can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.
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