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Tax Changes: What You Need to Know

Even though the new year is still five months away, it’s never too soon to start planning ahead for your taxes. With several tax cuts expiring and new tax rules scheduled to take effect, taxpayers need to be aware of how these changes may impact their personal tax liability. The following is a brief overview […]
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Tax Tips and Tax Deductions for Bloggers

Many people regard blogging as a hobby—something that they do in their spare time, for their own personal enjoyment.  But if blogging is your profession—an activity that you do for the purpose of making a profit—you probably qualify for various tax deductions that can help decrease your taxable income. Before asserting any tax deductions, it […]
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Heading Back to School? Tax Breaks for Adult Students

With unemployment still high, more older Americans are heading back to school in hopes of improving their job prospects. Of the estimated 20 million college students nationwide, 25% are over the age of 30, according to the U.S. Department of Education. The National Centerfor Education Statistics estimates that college enrollment among students 25 or older will increase by […]
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What Duty Free Means and How to Take Advantage of Duty Free Shopping

Most people have heard the term “duty free shopping” before, or seen “duty free shop” signs at airports, but many consumers have only a vague idea of what it means and how they can take advantage of it. Duty Free Defined The concept of duty free shopping enables the citizens of a country to shop […]
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Overview of How Tax Brackets Work

Does the subject of the income tax code make your eyes glaze over?  Do the terms tax bracket, marginal tax rate and filing status make your head spin?  It doesn’t have to be that way.  While the nuances of the federal tax code may be complex, the basics are not.  Here’s how the progressive tax […]
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IRS New Billing and Debt Collection Rules for Tax-Exempt Hospitals

The passage of the Affordable Health Care Act has generated much debate, particularly because of the law’s provision which requires taxpayers to provide proof of health insurance. While the healthcare law has drawn criticism, there may be an upside for Americans who are struggling under the weight of crushing medical debt. At the direction of Congress, the IRS […]
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Guide to Deducting Moving Expenses on Your Tax Return

If you recently experienced a career change that necessitated relocating to a new city, you could claim most of your moving expenses as a deduction on your tax return. You would use Form 3903 to figure out your moving expenses and report them as income adjustments on your 1040 form. Qualifications for Claiming Moving Expenses on […]
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