SaveWealth.com Launches Tax Center Early, Helps Taxpayers Get Jump-Start on 2004 Taxes

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SaveWealth.com's popular Tax Center has launched early, even before the 2004 tax year has ended. By downloading federal income tax forms today, taxpayers can now get an early jump on the 2004 tax season, and make year-end changes to save on their tax bill.

Just in time for the holidays, SaveWealth.com is pleased to announce the early launch of the popular SaveWealth™ Tax Center.

Taxpayers visiting the Tax Center at http://www.savewealth.com/taxforms can now download federal income tax forms for Tax Year 2004. The IRS tax forms are free to the public, and can be printed on most household printers. In addition, taxpayers needing previous year's tax forms can search the company's IRS tax form archive, including forms dating back to 1996 tax year.

In early January, taxpayers will once again have the option of preparing and filing their taxes online. And since no downloading of software will be required, preparing and filing taxes will be faster, easier and more convenient than ever.

"The early launch of the Tax Center 2005 was an important goal for SaveWealth.com," explained Scott Carr, President of SaveWealth. "Taxpayers can immediately start working on their taxes, before the 2004 tax year has even ended. This will allow early-birds to get a jump on next year's tax season, and help Americans make year-end tax changes if necessary."

In early January, state income tax forms will be available through the SaveWealth™ Tax Center. Taxpayers will find the most commonly-used state tax forms, as well as links to all 50 state tax departments. Online tax filing will come online in mid-January, and the popular "Which 1040 Do I Use?" will also be updated for the 2004 tax year.

To access the SaveWealth Tax Center, please visit: http://www.savewealth.com/taxforms/

About SaveWealth

SaveWealth, LLC (http://www.savewealth.com) is dedicated to serving its visitors in the areas of taxes, retirement, estate and financial planning. Through its partnerships and education, SaveWealth.com has helped families across the nation save wealth and time through the use of advanced financial strategies. The site hosts thousands of web visitors daily, with timely news, tax tips, free special reports, and useful money and lifestyle information.

SaveWealth is a trademark of SaveWealth, LLC.

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