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It’s not likely the first thing that comes to mind when looking to lower your taxes, but borrowing money (the right way) can save you thousands. Taxes are going up. Way up. Starting this year and continuing through  2018, a series of taxes on earned income, investment income, payrolls  and certain benefits will increase dramatically.
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It isn’t often that a business owner will turn down a tax credit, but that’s exactly what’s happening with the Tax Credit for Employee Health Insurance Expenses of Small Employers, a key part of the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as Obamacare. Many small-business owners have concluded that the credit isn’t worth enough money to justify the effort required to claim it.

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Utter the word “taxes” and you’ll get a shudder from most Americans across the country.

While the filing deadline for personal income taxes may not be until April 15th, both financial experts and your average Joe will tell you that this is one area where procrastination should be avoided at all costs.

For Latinos, who are not always known for their punctuality, now is when they should be getting their financial affairs in order, experts say.

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Tax season is here, and with it might come new questions about your taxes or financial situation. One of the most common misconceptions among members of the Hispanic community is that you need to pay someone to prepare your taxes in order to get your biggest refund.

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This can be very costly in terms of time and money. You work hard for your money and deserve to keep every penny of it.  By filing your taxes online with TurboTax, you could save an average of $100 or more over going to a tax store.

For this reason, TurboTax gives you the opportunity to learn how to take control of your financial future during a free webinar this upcoming Tuesday, February 26. The session will be led by Mike Periu, a financial expert with more than 14 years of experience in the Hispanic community.

He will share tips on how you can start taking control of your finances, starting with filing your own taxes by the April 15 deadline. Mike will also answer live questions during the webinar.

This webinar will only be in Spanish. To access it, follow these steps:

1. Go online next Tuesday, February 26  at 7:00 p.m. EST (6:00 p.m. CST / 4:00 p.m. PST)

2. Click on the following Webex link:

3. Follow the instructions on the screen and enter your city, name and email.

4. Depending on your computer settings, Webex might ask your permission to install free and safe software.

We know you work hard to earn your money, so don’t miss the opportunity to learn how to keep more of it by taking control of your financial future.