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Articles about taxis

Business & Money
by Viking
6 years ago
Why You Want a Small Tax Refund

Every year millions of people look forward to a fat check from the government after they file their taxes, getting a back a large tax refund could actually be costing you money.

Lifestyle
by BE FREE
8 years ago
The Wealth Gap and Mitt Romney's Taxes

The wealth gap in America is growing faster than ever. More people are slipping from the middle class into poverty instead of going from middle class to wealthy. Here's my preemptive take about what you can do to do what's best for your family.

Business & Money
by Noah
7 years ago
What is the U.S. 'Tax Gap' and what can be done about it?

There are billions of dollars owed the U.S. treasury each year that go unpaid.

Business & Money
by DaddyDadChris
8 years ago
Warren Buffet Pays Less Taxes Than His Secretary - Is This Really True?

Warren Buffett, one of the wealthiest men in the world, usually fluctuating between top one and top three. He has been on record numerous times about how he pays a lower rate of tax than his secretary Debbie Bosanek. One of the last times this was brought to the public was during an ABC network interview in January of 2012. In this interview it is claimed that Buffett paid a tax rate of 17.4% while his secretary paid a rate of 35.8%.

Business & Money
by Mark Newsome
6 years ago
The New Entrepreneur's Guide to U.S. Estimated Income Tax

You've started a new business. You've officially entered the world of entrepreneurship. Your product or service is doing great, and you're seeing wonderful things on the horizon. Don't let those wonderful things get derailed by a pesky thing like taxes – and don’t put off dealing with them.   Why?  ...

Business & Money
by Limon Zersky
8 years ago
Does It Make Sense to Donate Money to Charity?

A quick look at when it makes sense to donate money to charity to avoid paying taxes.

Business & Money
by Nikon
10 years ago
How to Report Capital Gains for Tax Purposes

When a party sells stock for more than they bought it for, generally, they make a profit. That is, if fees charged by the broker and other fees associated with the transaction don't eliminate the potential for making that profit.

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Business & Money
by Dude88
9 years ago
Investments You Don't Have To Report To The Government: The Freedom of Private Owning

Investments you don’t have to report to the government include assets that are non-taxable. Generally speaking, every profit made requires you to report it to the government, but if these materials do not require taxes then those are non reportable. A Look Into Privately Owned Assets ...

Business & Money
by Nikon
10 years ago
Pension Funds and Taxes

Occupational pension schemes allow taxpayers to make tax free contributions.

Travel & Places
by Skye McKiernan
8 years ago
Culture Differences Between Scandinavia and America

While you may claim Scandinavian heritage, Americans are very different culturally from those from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland and Finland.

Business & Money
by pwarlick
9 years ago
Claim Tax Credits - Age Limits for Claiming Dependents

There is lots of rules that you need to be familiar with when filing your income taxes in order to get the most amount of deductions and tax credits possible. Often when people are filling out their income taxes, they become confused on what constitutes eligibility, or worst,...

Business & Money
by Douglas Goldstein
8 years ago
Is Freedom from Federal Income Tax Possible? Authors Matt Kibbe and Dick Armey Encourage Freedom in Their Book, Give Us Liberty. (A Book Review)

Book review of Give Us Liberty LP: A Tea Party Manifesto by Dick Armey and Matt Kibbe, 368 pages, HarperLuxe publishers.

Lifestyle
by DebW07
8 years ago
Mitt Romney Calls Harry Reid's Bluff

The war of words and rhetoric in the 2012 Presidential campaign is heating-up. Find out who told the Senate Majority Leader to "Put up or shut up," and why Reid would rather talk about anything than the economy.

Lifestyle
by JHKersey
10 years ago
Do You Qualify to File IRS Income Tax Form 1040EZ?

That time of year has rolled around again. I'm not talking about spring flowers being in bloom or the birds and bees and the rest of nature coming out of hibernation from the long cold winter. I'm talking about the time of year that many people...

Health
by philbechtel
9 years ago
What is a Flexible Spending Account for Healthcare?

A flexible spending account is a simple and effective way to save money.

Business & Money
by JStrout
7 years ago
What Happens if You Don't File a U.S. Federal Tax Return

Not filing a tax return is illegal and will lead to a lot of headaches, and paying out a lot more money than you would have if you had just filed.

Business & Money
by PensiveScholar
5 years ago
How To Avoid Capital Gains Tax on Property

Many people cringe when they think of the capital gains incurred by selling property. However, there are numerous ways to lower and even avoid capital gains. Here are some ways you can reduce your tax.

Business & Money
by Stefan Collins
5 years ago
3 Economic Concepts Everyone Should Understand

In modern society, economic knowledge is just as essential as understanding basic medical and political ideas.

Business & Money
by Fact_Finder
9 years ago
how to find cheap houses

Just because you are buying a home, doesn't mean you have to sacrifice value or much money. You can find valuable houses for less through bank foreclosures and other means. Many people fail to look through these listings and continue to lose money. This article focuses on how to...

Lifestyle
by Limon Zersky
8 years ago
Should You Vote for Mitt Romney?

The top 5 reasons why everybody should vote the Romney/Ryan ticket this election.

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