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  • Income Tax Rebate Tips: - File your tax return accurately  By : Justin Ryder2
    It is the responsibility and duty of the every citizen to file the income tax return every year on April 15. While filing, you should write accurate data and information about your annual income.
  • Income Tax Rebate Tips: Save on tax payments  By : JacksonMark1
    While calculating tax, one should be very careful as any kind of error in tax calculation and on tax returns can cost you heavily on income tax front.
  • How To Build Credit With ITIN  By : June Carlson
    The use of itin number strengthens your credit history and standings in the USA. Financial institutions accept tax id USA to give credit cards, loans and make credit reports. It does not substitute the SSN.
  • Facts About Tax In Las Vegas  By : June Carlson
    Thirty percent of the casino winnings go as tax. This amount can be refunded under the US tax recovery laws. This can be claimed within three years of winning with identification proof. Losses can be set aside.
  • Income Tax Returns Your Accountant Should Not File  By : Stephen Pope
    You've been feeling uneasy (perhaps even guilty) because you've failed to report your under the table business income. Perhaps you've never filed a tax return, even though you know you owe money. Finally, you contact an accountant to resolve the situation.

    Although it is commendable that you are trying to correct matters, hiring an accountant to do these delinquent returns could be a big mistake. The reason why is because tax evasion is a criminal offence or felony. You mi...
  • Don't Delay In Managing IRS Tax Debt  By : Brad Stroh
    Debt Resolution, IRS Settlements Offer Help for Serious Tax Problems

    San Mateo, Calif., - With tax day behind us, consumers and business owners who owe the IRS are not out of the woods. But while death and taxes are the big two inevitabilities, those with serious tax problems should know that it is possible to negotiate with the IRS to reduce past-due tax penalties and payments, according to Bradford G. Stroh, co-founder and CEO of Freedom Financial Network, LLC.

    Americ...
  • Top 7 Reasons To File Your Income Tax Returns On Time  By : Stephen Pope
    Here are seven reasons for not being late filing your income tax returns.

    1. Avoid Late Filing Penalties

    Late filing can result in substantial and continuing penalties. This is in addition to any interest that is due.

    2. Receive Better Service from Your Accountant

    The earlier you get your paperwork to your accountant, the sooner he can start preparing your tax returns. More importantly, there will be more opportunities to explore and implement tax saving strategie...
  • Types Of Tax Exchanges  By : Nationwide1031
    Although the vast majority of exchanges occurring presently are delayed exchanges, let us briefly explain a few other exchanging alternatives.

    Simultaneous Exchange
    As mentioned previously, prior to Congress modifying the Internal Revenue Code as to exchanges and formally approving the concept of delayed exchanging, virtually all exchanges were of the simultaneous type. To qualify as a simultaneous exchange, both the relinquished property and the replacement property must...
  • Time Requirements And Mechanics Of A Tax Exchange  By : Nationwide1031
    The Exchangor has a maximum of 180 days from the closing of the relinquished property or the due date of that year's tax return, whichever occurs first, to acquire the replacement property. This is called the Acquisition Period. The first 45 days of that period is called the Identification Period. During this 45 days, the Exchangor must identify the candidate or target property which will be used for replacement. The identification must:

    - Be in writing,
    - Signed by the E...
  • Wise Tax Ideas  By : Mark Peoples
    Most people don't really look forward to filing their tax returns and paying their taxes. As it is, there really isn't much to look forward to because it is a tedious process that can take weeks to complete. Some people even have the bad luck to raise the interest of the IRS. The trouble is, most of these people's mistakes are not intentional. They just lack proper tax preparation, and in all probability, must have rushed through the filing process. Lack of preparation and at...
  • Managing Freelance Tax  By : Pat Murphy
    According to business analysts, the home-based business trend is on the rise and a lot of people are jumping onto self-employment. The news is not surprising since there are many advantages in being self-employed and owning your own business. Aside from the fact that you can actually call something your own, there is also the sense of achievement brought by personal success. On the practical side, you get to be your own boss, which means that you decide your hours and how muc...
  • What You Really Need To Know About Nanny Tax  By : The Nanny Payroll Service
    If you are considering hiring a nanny to care for your children then there are a few important considerations about nanny tax which you need to take into account. Read on to find out more.

    When it comes to hiring a nanny one of the most important considerations will be the expense. Whilst having a nanny may seem like the best solution to your childcare needs, if you cannot meet the monthly expense it is an option which quickly becomes invalid. You would be forgiven for ini...
  • Taxes Q&A: Understanding What Is And Is Not Taxable  By : Travis Partrige
    * Is Social Security retirement income taxable?

    Social Security retirement benefits are taxable, although it depends on your total income and civil status. Federal law states that an individual must pay taxes if he/she has annual Social Security retirement income of more than $25,000. If he/she has a married status, they must pay such taxes if the income is more than $32,000.

    However, if the Social Security retirement benefit is the recipient’s only source of income, th...
  • The Benefits Of Donating Your Used Vehicles  By : Dennis Conner
    People who are thinking of donating their cars for a variety of foundations or programs aimed at helping other people now have more reasons to think about donating their used cars. While the act of donating something should be done for proper motivations, the recipients of these car donations have just devised a way to cerate more motivations for future donors.

    Car donors can donate their used cars and receive a receipt for tax deduction. Not only that, they can also donat...
  • Determining Your Tax Status  By : Ken Snowie
    Knowing how to determine your tax status, and knowing the difference between each group will help to make filing your income tax return go smoother. Here we will discuss the ways in which you determine which status to file under.

    There are five classifications from which you choose to file: single, married filing jointly, married filing separately, head of household or qualifying widower with dependent child. If for some reason, more than one status applies to you, you sho...
  • Do You Know When To File A Tax Return?  By : Ken Snowie
    Every year, millions of Americans dread the inevitable; they have to gather all of their receipts and records and get ready to file their Federal Income Tax Returns. When was tax season first initiated? Here, we will take a look at that magic day of April 15 and why it was chosen as tax day.

    During Abraham Lincoln’s presidency in the 1860’s, were first legally required to pay income taxes. The President and Congress created the Commissioner of Revenue and enacted a Federa...
  • What Is A Dependent For Tax Purposes?  By : Ken Snowie
    What are the qualifying characteristics of a dependent for tax purposes? Following is a general explanation on how to determine dependents, and how it relates to your tax status, liability and the credits you can claim on your tax return.

    There are a few assessments that a person must pass in order to qualify as a dependent on a U.S. tax return. For starters, individual must be the taxpayer’s child, stepchild, foster child, sibling or stepsibling, or a relative of one of t...
  • What Your Tax Dollars Do For You  By : Ken Snowie
    In this article, we will take a look at the influence the government exerts over our daily lives through our taxation, and the good and bad aspects of that influence.

    Through direct spending, the U.S. government controls approximately 43-45% of the economy. Today, government spending accounts for almost as much of the economy as spending in the private sector. After the passage of the New Deal legislation, during the late 1930s, the private sector controlled almost 90% of ...
  • Getting A Tax Break With Your Hybrid Vehicle  By : Gray Rollins
    Buying a hybrid car gives the phrase “go green” a whole new meaning. Not only is it good for the environment, it’s also good for your pocket book. Check out the tax benefits of hybrid vehicles for yourself.

    The government has decided that encouraging drivers to do their part to protect the environment could be better enhanced by offering tax incentives. So 2006 sees a variety of incentives from tax credits to tax deductions.

    But before you get too excited, be sure you ...
  • Why Income Tax Hurt Income Earners And Workers  By : Jim Thio
    All wealth redistribution comes in the form of the equivalent of tax and welfare. However, you need to be careful. Incorrect taxation schemes can result in less wealth for you. You see, by reading this website I would suppose that you’re poor or middle class wanting to skyrocket your income, right. Rich means owning a lot of money. If you’re poor and would want to get rich, you need to have a lot of income. So will income tax help? No! Abolish income tax.

    The Peril of Inco...
  • How Wealth Tax Is Better Than Income Tax  By : Jim Thio
    Wealth Tax

    Do you want to move money from the wealthy to the poor? Well, tax wealth.

    Wealth tax causes far less market distortion, and hence, much fairer than income tax. Wealth tax hurt productivity less. If you live in a capitalistic country, then your income is yours fairly. However, Bob’s wealth might not be traceable to productivity. Bob might have gotten his wealth through inheritance gained through slavery, or genocide. The link between wealth to productivity is ...

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