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Register Now -- Taxes 101: Breakup With Your Fear Of Taxes

Taxes 101: Breakup With Your Fear Of Taxes

Do you break out into a cold sweat when your W-2 arrives in the mail? Don’t know your 1099 from your 1098? Are you panicked at the idea of pulling your tax return together? 

This year, breakup with your fear of taxes. Tune in to hear tax attorney Kelly Phillips Erb offer the tips and tools that you need to make tax season a lot less painful.

During the webinar, Kelly Phillips Erb will discuss:

  • Whether you need to file a tax return in 2018 (and why you might want to file even if you don’t need to);
  • How you can claim tax deductions even if you don’t itemize;
  • How maximizing tax credits can result in a refund even when you didn’t pay tax;
  • When it makes sense to seek out a tax professional; 
  • How to fix your filing mistakes (hey, it happens); and
  • How to plan for next tax season.

If you haven’t, reserve your seat now.

Tuesday, February 13

1:00 PM EST | 10:00 AM PST


About The Speaker:

Kelly Phillips Erb is a Senior Editor at Forbes Media and editorial lead at Bankable where she writes about tax and tax policy. A practicing tax attorney, she is a member of the bars of Pennsylvania and New Jersey and is licensed to practice in front of the U.S. Tax Court. Her primary focus is tax law including domestic and international tax planning, and tax compliance and controversy matters such as delinquencies, offers in compromise and audits.

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