Retirement Accounts and Taxes

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If you own a retirement account, it can be a difficult process when tax time comes. Certain types are taxable while others are tax deductible and if you need to sort out the confusion, you should get IRS tax help from an accountant or legal expert who understands the current tax laws as it (read on...)



Getting the Most From Your Tax Preparer

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Most American taxpayers use the services of a tax preparer to prepare and file their tax return. As these preparers are tax professionals, they are able to file your returns in accordance to the IRS requirements. A good tax preparer is also able to get their clients the most in terms of tax (read on...)

Sources of Free IRS Tax Help

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If you’re a low-income family who needs to prepare tax returns, you’re probably trying to find way to get free tax help. One of the most popular ways to get free IRS tax help is through the use of free online tax preparation software. This cuts down on the stress of having to fill out (read on...)

How to Access Your W-2 Forms for Tax Preparation

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W-2 Forms are given to one from his/her employer or former employer and include the schedule of salaries and wages received and the amount of money deducted and submitted to the tax authorities as payroll taxes. The W-2 form is an important document when preparing tax returns as it contains the (read on...)

Tax Deductions You Can Make

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If you’re unsure which deductions you can make when you file tax returns, you’re not alone because each year there are new deductions and tax credits you can claim, and it can be tricky to determine if you qualify for the deductions. To get help with this you should seek free tax help (read on...)

Form 8949 – Capital Gains and Losses

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For the 2011 tax year, taxpayers who have made a capital gain or capital loss will be required to complete Form 8949, Capital Gains and Losses Form, and attach the form to the tax return form. Filing of the Form 8949 will accompany figures indicated in the Schedule D. Prior to 2011, taxpayers (read on...)

Understanding Tax Forms

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Because everyone’s filing status is different, there are various types of tax forms a person would use to prepare taxes for delivery to the IRS. If you’re not sure how to fill out certain tax forms, you can get free tax help by meeting with a social service agency worker to learn how (read on...)

Divorce and Taxes

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When you and your spouse divorce, it’s more than just the loss of what was once a beautiful relationship and an interruption of your children’s security. Divorce brings a set of financial problems and this includes complications in tax preparation. If you’re in the middle of a (read on...)

Free Tax Services for Military Personnel and Their Family

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For employees of the U.S Military including the air force, army, navy, marine and coastal guards, one can get tax advice and help from the free tax services provided by the Armed Forces Tax Council. These services are provided at different levels. If you are in the military or you are a veteran, (read on...)

Filing Taxes As a Business Owner

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If you’re a business owner you have more than the quality of your services and your staff to worry about although these are legitimate concerns. You’ll also have to make sure that your taxes are prepared properly to avoid legal problems with the IRS and your state’s treasury (read on...)

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