Taxes

  • When Should You Pursue an Offer in Compromise (OIC) With the IRS?

    Are you considering making an offer in compromise (OIC) with the IRS but not sure if that is the best option? If you know you can't pay all your taxes, there are certain circumstances under which the government will accept a compromise...
    By Mike White July 14, 2011 

  • Benefits of Cutting the Tax on Gains From Investments

    What would be the benefits of a capital gains tax cut? Many conservative financial experts believe such a move would increase job growth and tax revenue from the rich. The tax affects businesses and individuals, and here we will explore the issue...
    By Mike White July 12, 2011 

  • How Much Will Filing Late Taxes Cost Me?

    April 15th has come and gone and you never filed your income tax return. The IRS does not always tack on a penalty, but if they do, how much could that late filing really cost you?
    By Summer Banks July 6, 2011 


  • Benefits of eFile for a Tax Return

    Income tax return time is filled with paper collecting, receipt filing and a multitude of forms. If there is a way to make the process more simple, e-filing would be that way. Income tax e-filing provides various benefits to the person or couple-filing...
    By Summer Banks July 6, 2011 

  • Federal Tax Credits for Energy Efficiency

    Did you know you can claim 30% of the cost of energy saving home improvements? What about the credit for hybrid electric cars that can be as high as $7,500? Read this article to find out all the federal tax credits for energy efficient...
    By randalarias July 6, 2011 

  • Should I use an SSN or an EIN?

    Discover why businesses owners decide to use an Employer Indentification Number (EIN) over a Social Security Number (SSN) and how it relates to your taxes.
    By pauldb28 July 6, 2011 


  • About the Adoption Tax Credit

    The adoption tax credit allows a taxpayer to receive a credit for qualifying adoption expenses, such as travel and fees. The current amount is $12,150 per qualifying child.
    By randalarias July 5, 2011 

  • The Making Work Pay Tax Credit

    The Making Work Pay Tax Credit is an incentive for Americans who earn a paycheck to ensure they take either take a bit more pay home or they get a little more back on their refunds. The tax credit is available in 2009 and 2010. Read on to find out more...
    By Lucinda Watrous June 29, 2011 

  • The American Opportunity Tax Credit

    Are you curious to find out when will the American Opportunity Tax Credit take effect? This article will provide the details of the American Opportunity Tax Credit Bill.
    By Jennifer A. Walker June 29, 2011 

  • H&R Block Tax Cut Software Review

    Every year tax time rolls around and you're left with a decision to make about how to get your taxes prepared. With so many tax preparers clamoring for your attention, how do you know which software or service to use? H&R Block provides good...
    By Jennifer Wingard June 29, 2011 
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