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Take the Stress Out of Tax Season

GoodProspects(R) offers a number of resources to help you file your taxes, claim the credits you've earned, and use your refund wisely. Get started by watching our intro video, then explore the page below to find valuable tools, quizzes, articles and infographics that can help you boost your tax-filing smarts without giving you a headache.

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Tools

Earned Income Tax Credit

The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a benefit for working people with low to moderate income. Check your eligibility below.

File In Person

Enter your ZIP code to find free tax filing help at a VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) site near you.

Quizzes

How Well Do You Know Common Tax Terms?

When preparing to file a tax return, you’re bound to run into a list of unfamiliar terms and phrases that can make a confusing process even more so. Take this quiz to test how well you understand common tax terms.

Making the Most of Tax Time

Whether you plan to file your taxes online or get free help filing your taxes in person, it’s a great idea to do a little legwork up front to have all of the necessary documents and know how best to protect yourself and your financial information. Take this quiz to see how prepared you are to file!

Pre-file Quiz

Do you feel ready to file your taxes? Before you start, take this quiz to see if there's anything that you're missing!

Infographics

Your Top Five Tax-filing Myths -- Busted!

With so much tax-time misinformation circulating around the Internet, the water cooler and the dinner table, the truth is sometimes hard to find. We shed light on five common tax time myths to provide accurate information to help all taxpayers prepare and file their taxes.

Articles

Safeguarding Your Personal and Financial Data

Tax season is an excellent time of year to review how to safeguard your personal and financial data to protect against identity theft and fraud. Learn offline and online safety with these tips.

Making Good Use of Your Tax Refund

More than 80 percent of people filing tax returns each year receive a refund. Learn how to use it to your best advantage by using this simple rule.