(CBS Local) – April 15th will be here before you know it, and there are lots of websites and software to get you ready, but you may not have thought of smartphone apps for doing your taxes.University Of Colorado To End RTD A Line Sponsorship Next May
It’s more obvious to talk about websites for taxes than apps, but these apps aren’t meant to substitute for sites and software. They are meant to help you get organized for the tax season and get you ready to deal with software or your accountant.
The first app to mention is H&R Block At Home 1040EZ (free, Android/iPhone).
This is a useful app if you fill in the 1040EZ form (you are single and your income is less than $80,000 or you file jointly and your income is less than $100,000). Take a photo of your W-2, see the filled-in form and you can send it directly to the IRS.
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This is a handy app if you donate used items to charity. Take a photo, estimate the item’s value and calculate the tax savings.
The next app is Lemon.com (free, Android/iPhone/Blackberry).
Lemon.com offers multiple ways to get organized around your finances, including receipt tracking. Take a picture of a receipt and you can track the expense, share with your accountant, etc. You can track 25 receipts free, but for $5 a month, you can do up to 500.
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