SaveWealth Updates Tax Center With 2005 Tax Forms

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Just in time for 2005 year-end tax planning, SaveWealth unveils its popular Tax Center. The SaveWealth Tax Center includes 2005 IRS tax forms, recent tax law changes, guides to filing taxes, tax tips, and help filing 2005 income taxes online. A first in the industry, the SaveWealth Tax Center's Where to File feature also provides mailing addresses for federal and state income tax forms, even for Americans living abroad.

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SaveWealth.com is pleased to announce that the SaveWealth Tax Center has opened, featuring all-new 2005 tax forms.

Tax filers visiting the SaveWealth® Tax Center at http://www.savewealth.com/taxforms can now access income tax forms for Tax Year 2005. In addition, taxpayers needing previous year's tax forms can access an IRS tax form archive stretching back to 1996.

State income tax forms should be available by mid-January, 2006. However, early birds wanting to get a jumpstart on their income taxes can access the SaveWealth Tax Center and find links to all the state income tax agencies.

SaveWealth also unveiled its new Where to Fileā„¢ feature. Where to File provides information on where to send their federal and state tax forms. No longer do tax filers have to check with multiple sources to find mailing addresses. Web visitors simply select their state of residence, and Where to File will instantly provide all mailing addresses they need for 2005 tax returns. Where to File also includes information for military personnel with APO or FPO addresses, as well as taxpayers living in Guam, American Samoa, and other U.S. territories.

For tax year 2005, taxpayers have the option of preparing and filing their taxes online. The SaveWealth Tax Center's popular "Which 1040 Do I Use" feature has been updated to account for changes in the 2005 tax code. The SaveWealth Tax Center also includes 2005 tax law changes, information on ordering 1099 and W-2 forms, and updates on income tax rates for 2005.

To access the SaveWealth Tax Center, please visit:

http://www.savewealth.com/taxforms/

About SaveWealth

SaveWealth (http://www.savewealth.com) is dedicated to serving its visitors in the areas of taxes, retirement, banking and estate planning. Selected by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants as one of their "Smart Stops on the Web," SaveWealth.com has helped families across the nation save time and money through the use of advanced financial strategies. The site provides timely news, tax tips, free special reports, and useful money and lifestyle information.

SaveWealth is a registered trademark, and Where to File and FileOnline are trademarks of SCARRGO Corporation. SaveWealth.com and its associates are not tax advisors and do not provide tax advice. SaveWealth.com is an independent website, and is not affiliated with the IRS or any federal or state income tax agency. Always consult the IRS or your tax professional if you have questions. For more legal information, please visit http://www.savewealth.com/legal

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