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Articles about tax

Business & Money
by CWilliams
9 years ago
Free Tax E-File the Answer for Low Income Families

Tax time is nearly upon us. While this may be cause for worry and frustration it doesn't have to be. Many federal income tax payers can file simply and easily this year from the comfort of their homes. While programs like Tax Cut offered by H&R Block and Turbo...

Business & Money
by yackers1
7 years ago
So you want a tax accounting career?

Tax accounting is a broad term that encompasses many different types of accounting. If you want to enter the world of tax accounting read on, since this article provides a brief overview of each type of tax accounting.

Business & Money
by askformore
9 years ago
How to Avoid Income Tax - If You Hate Paying Tax


I believe that most people hate to pay tax, and they will try each and every advice, tip, or trick in order to avoid paying more tax than what they themselves find is being a reasonable amount in return for what they get of various public services.
Many people are...

Business & Money
by CWilliams
9 years ago
File Form 8379 to Recover Tax Refund Losses

Sometimes unfortunate events happen during a marriage or before that can have real consequences on your spouse. Unpaid taxes, child support that is owed, or federal non tax debt such as a student loan are just a few debts that can affect your spouse and your wallet. If you...

Business & Money
by TrevorLewthor
8 years ago
How to Get Tax Relief and Savings on Your Personal Income Tax Return

Americans generally dread the month of April because of the chance that they might owe money the Internal Revenue (IRS) instead of receiving tax relief in the form of a refund. However, even though there is a chance that money will be owed even after federal income taxes have been...

Business & Money
by Ctaxrelief
6 years ago
Five Keys To Avoiding IRS Tax Debt

Five steps to help taxpayers avoid having IRS tax debt.

Business & Money
by thing85
9 years ago
Careers in Tax Accounting

While you may believe that being a "tax accountant" is a very specific profession, you might be surprised to know that there are several career options within this field. Keep reading to learn about a few of the options, and see if any of them interest you.

Business & Money
by washingtonfamily
7 years ago
Taxes 101

Taxes can be easy. Take it one step at the time and soon you can be an expert.

Business & Money
by Mark Newsome
4 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?  ...

Lifestyle
by smcopywrite
7 years ago
How to Know If You Need a Tax Attorney

Many tax payers will ask the question of whether or not they need a tax attorney. When facing IRS audits and other tax related issues a tax attorney is better equipped to handle these matters than other tax professionals for a number of reasons.

Business & Money
by opamp
8 years ago
Business Tax Software That Finds All Deductible Business Expenses For You

Introduces business tax software packages that help with filing business tax returns.

Business & Money
by CityRich
4 years ago
Startup Guide: Should I be a Sole Trader or a Limited Company?

An article highlighting the tax implications of being a sole trader or incorporating as a limited company.

Business & Money
by ekross
7 years ago
The Child Tax Credit - How to Calculate and Who Qualifies

They make you laugh, they make you cry, they wreck your house and they transform your life.  But can they reduce your taxes? People often talk about getting a tax break for the kids, but how does it really work?  Kids need to meet six qualifications in order to be claimed for the Child Tax Credit.

Business & Money
by Noah
6 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 mjpyro
5 years ago
10 States with the Highest Gasoline Tax

Gasoline taxes account for up to 70 cents of each gallon of gas purchased in some states. So which states have the highest combined gas taxes?

Business & Money
by NYWriter
7 years ago
Understanding the Capital Gains Tax and Money Saving Strategies

 If there is one thing that you cannot avoid, it is paying taxes, and the same goes for paying taxes on capital gains made in the stock market -  you must understand what the capital gains tax is! It is important to understand different tax structures to see how much you have to pay on your capital gains.

Business & Money
by Nikon
9 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 Limon Zersky
6 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.

Lifestyle
by manspaugh
8 years ago
TurboTax vs TaxAct vs HR Block at Home

Are you on the fence as to which online tax software is best for you? Here's a comprehensive article on the 3 most popular programs.

Business & Money
by turn2smith
6 years ago
Top 10 Questions to Ask Your Tax Preparer

Not all tax preparers are created equal. Get on the phone and ask a few questions before driving into your next tax filing session.

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