How Much Will Your Next Tax Refund Be

Tax Refund Calculator 2017 Shows How Much Will Your Tax Refund Will Be

Waiting for that letter from the tax man telling you whether you need to pay up or not is stressful to say the least. Normally this process is drawn out – you need to wait submit your entire tax return to find out whether you’ll be getting a tax refund or not.

Thankfully there is a better way. Using the TaxCaster tax refund calculator for 2017 not only gives you an accurate estimate of your tax situation, but also gives you crucial guidance for figuring out which exemptions and credits are best for you.

How it works

Tax refund calculators give you an estimate of your tax situation by combining key figures and tax rules to deliver an estimate of your tax status. Apart from allowing you to budget accordingly, tax calculators are most useful if you find that you owe Uncle Sam money – even if it’s too far down the line to make a change you can still plan to cover the bill.

Introducing TaxCaster by TurboTax

All you need to gain this predictive power is the TaxCaster by TurboTax. It’s an online calculator that uses information you supply to see how you are doing in terms of tax deductions, exemptions, and payments.

Even though the result is only an estimate, and doesn’t cover every nuance of your situation, the results are accurate enough for you to adjust.

The tax refund calculator tool that lets you plan is especially useful in the beginning of the financial year so that you can make sure you factor in every possible deduction and benefit possible.

It’s simple, convenient and quick, and could mean the difference between a nasty surprise and a decent refund.

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