Tax coupons for discounts are yours to claim

In a world where the only things that are certain are death and taxes, it's good to know that there a plenty of online coupons to help you save with the latter. Regardless of whether you do your own taxes or hire a professional, there are lots and lots of tax time savings that will help you keep more cash in your bank.

CouponShack.com shares several coupons that make doing your own taxes cheaper -- whether you're filing online or purchasing software to prepare taxes on your computer.

Several of the top tax deals are listed below and more are available at CouponShack's Tax Filing Savings Center. One of my other favorite coupon locations, RetailMeNot, has a collection of Popular Tax Coupon Codes that offer discounts online and printable coupons for use at tax preparation locations like H&R Block. However you plan to do your taxes you better get moving because there are less than 30 days left to file your taxes. For useful tax information visit WalletPop's Tax page where you can find out how much you should pay your tax preparer, deductions you might miss and 5 tax moves that may trigger an audit and more.

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