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Tax Time: Under the Deadline

Tweet Your taxes are done and filed, right? Oh, if only that were true! Instead, you are looking ahead by just a few weeks and see the April 15 tax

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Guide to Filing Taxes as Newlyweds

Well, the honeymoon is over and now you have to deal with your first tax season as a married couple. However, there is a silver lining to this end to your marital euphoria because there are several benefits to filing as a married couple.

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Tax Tips for the Year Ahead

Tax season means looking back, specifically at the calendar year just ended. That makes sense as you have only until April 15 to get your taxes in order, prepared and sent off to the IRS and to your state’s taxing authority.

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5 Year End Tax Tips for Smart Taxpayers

Your mind is on Christmas and that is perfect place of reflection at this time of the year. But you must be careful not to forget that New Year’s Day will loom soon after and the tax implications associated with it.

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Your Year End Business Check Up

With just weeks left in the year, businesses will soon close the books on another business year. But before the calendar flips over, you’ll want to ensure that several matters including tax issues are addressed well before then.

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How to Claim the Business Use of Your Personal Car

Your boss has you using your personal vehicle to meet with clients, an occasional requirement that has you wondering how you will recoup your costs. If you are fortunate, your company pays your expenses, but if you work for a small company, you may have to eat those costs yourself.

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Tax Deadlines: Are You Meeting Them?

By early February, you should be well on your way to having your federal and state income tax forms organized and ready for your tax accountant. If you re particularly brave, and especially if you possess a solid tax software program, then you will handle the work yourself.

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Medicare Part B and Durable Medical Equipment

Tweet This program has been around since 1965 and is divided into four parts: A, B, C and D. Medicare Part B is purchasable insurance not covered by Part A,

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Year-End Tax Tips and Strategies

Tweet New taxes are likely to show up over the next few years as America wrestles with its deep debt and as the impact of national healthcare kicks in. To

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How to Report Restaurant Tax Tips

Tweet One in an occasional series of articles about your taxes. The IRS requires restaurant workers to claim all tip income received. This includes tips you received from charge customers

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Why Year-End Giving Should Be Maximized

Tweet Reduce your tax burden by taking action now. Certainly, if you’ve been faithfully donating to your church, to a civic group or other organization, you’re likely to continue to

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Last Minute Tax Tips & Strategies

Tweet Tax day has been moved to April 18 this year, giving taxpayers a few extra days to work on their returns in hopes that they can reduce their tax