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Simple Tax Tips to Get You Started

Yes, it seems like we just finished filing our taxes. With the April 15 deadline coming right on the heels of last year’s pandemic-delayed deadline, it might be difficult to get motivated to work on your taxes. Here are some simple tax tips to get started. Plan now to get as much back as possible. […]

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Your Top Tax Questions About Working Remotely

Last spring, many of us left the office to begin working remotely from home. If you were one of them, you know that you tackled multiple issues, including juggling work and family responsibilities, remote learning for your kiddos, and challenges with the logistics of several adults working from the same home at the same time. […]

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What’s the Difference Between a Tax Credit and a Tax Deduction?

At Mid Oregon Credit Union we realize that properly handling income taxes helps make our members financially successful. For those of us who have done our taxes for years, we have many of the tax basics down. But what about those who find themselves newly facing the tax challenge? Understanding tax concepts and terms can […]

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Treat Yourself To a Stress-Free Tax Season

Treat Yourself To Your Maximum Refund …And a Chance to Win $25K! It’s time! The IRS started processing tax returns on 1/27. File today with TurboTax to be first in line for your refund. Mid Oregon Federal Credit Union has teamed with TurboTax to save you up to $15 on TurboTax and a chance to win […]

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Tax Tips for First-Time Filers in College

Unless you’re an accounting major, filing taxes may not be your idea of a good time. But if you don’t file, you may end up leaving a lot of money on the table. Going to file taxes for the first time this year? Here are a few tax tips for first-time filers in college to […]