For only $29, you can finally understand how to file your own taxes

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  • The deadline to file taxes is right around the corner and for those who are feeling lost, stressed, or overwhelmed, a little help can go a long way.
  • Instead of endless Google searches or online assistance that gets nowhere, it's time for you to master this dreaded task.
  • Learn all the tips and tricks in The Ultimate Guide to Taxes Bundle that's been marked down to just $29 (regularly $1,200).

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This six-class online training includes over 300 lessons. You'll learn from expert CPA Robert Steele who's ready to walk you through everything from tax credits to deductions you can take for your business, helping you suss out the best ways to get a refund.

Unless you studied tax accounting in school, there's a good chance you'd struggle to do your own taxes, especially if your situation involves any financial or legal nuances. If you don't know what sale-exclusion qualifications or individual retirement accounts are, for example, this program can be your guide.

Classes will break it all down for you in ways that will help you fill out those tax forms. No more second-guessing yourself—the Ultimate Guide to Taxes Bundle is the game-changing education that will transform the way you file your taxes.

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