2014 Tax Year

2013 Tax Year

Are Your Social Security Benefits Taxable?

Seven Facts about Dependents and Exemptions

Deducting Medical and Dental Expenses

IRS Reminds Individuals of Health Care Choices for 2014

- The Premium Tax Credit

- Health Care Act- Individuals

- Who Should File a 2013 Tax Return?


- Which Tax Form Should I Use?

- Obamacare Penalties for Non-Coverage

- Tax on the Sale of the Main Home

2012 Tax Year

-Save Money With Child Tax Credit

-IRS Reminds Taxpayers to Report 2010 Roth conversions on 2012 Returns

-Taxable and Nontaxable Income

- Eight Tax Benefits For Parents

- Missing Your W2? Here is What You Need to Do

Six Important Facts about Dependents and Exemptions

Who Should File a 2012 Tax Return?

IRS Plans Jan. 30 Tax Season Opening For 1040 Filers.

2011 Tax Year

More Flexible Offer-in-Compromise Terms Help Taxpayers Make a Fresh Start

- Keep the Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit in Mind for Summer Planning

- Tax Refunds May Be Applied to Offset Certain Debts



-Deducting Charitable Contributions: Eight Essentials



-Employee Business Expenses



-Tax Rules May Affect Your Child’s Investment Income



-Health Insurance Tax Breaks for the Self-Employed



-Work at Home? You May Qualify for the Home Office Deduction



-New IRS Fresh Start Initiative Helps Taxpayers Who Owe Taxes



-Six Facts About the Alternative Minimum Tax



-Ten Tips on a Tax Credit for Child and Dependent Care Expenses



-Tax Credits Available for Certain Energy-Efficient Home Improvements



-Standard Deduction vs. Itemizing: Seven Facts to Help You Choose 



-Six Facts for Adoptive Parents 



-Four Tax Credits that Can Boost your Refund 



-Education Tax Credits Help Pay Higher Education Costs 


-Six Tips on a Tax Credit for Retirement Savings


-Payroll Tax Cut Extended to the End of 2012; Revised Payroll Tax Form Now Available to Employers


-Interest Rates Remain the Same for the Second Quarter of 2012


-Ten Things to Know About Capital Gains and Losses


-Early Distribution from Retirement Plans May Have a Tax Impact


-IRS Offers Four Tips on Unemployment Benefits


-Eight Things to Know about Medical and Dental Expenses and Your Taxes


-Eight Facts about New IRS Form 8949 and Schedule D


-IRS Releases Guidance on How to Claim Expanded Veterans Tax Credit; Certification Requirements Streamlined


-Tax Law Changes for 2011 Federal Tax Returns


-Seven Tips to Help You Determine if Your Social Security Benefits are Taxable 


-Taxable and Non-Taxable Income


-Five Tips for Recently Married or Divorced Taxpayers with a Name Change


-Check your Eligibility for EITC


-What to Do if You Are Missing a W2


-Tax Tips for the Self-employed 


-Get Your Prior Years Tax Information from the IRS


-IRS Reminds Parents of Ten Tax Benefits


-Four Tax Tips Regarding Tip Income


-Top Tips Every Taxpayer Should Know about Identity Theft 


-IRS Offers Several Reasons to File Your Tax Return Electronically


-Eight Facts to Help Determine Your Correct Filing Status 



-Don’t be Scammed by Cyber Criminals



-Six Important Facts about Dependents and Exemptions


-Do I Need to File a Tax Return This Year? 


-Tax Season with Deadline Extended to April 17


-Six Year-End Tips to Reduce 2011 Taxes


-Back-to-School Tips for Students and Parents Paying College Expenses 



-Ten Tax Tips for Individuals Selling Their Home



-Four Things about Getting More Time to File your Tax Return 

-Three Ways to Pay Your Federal Income Tax

- Do You Need More Time to Pay your Taxes?

-Six Tips for Paying Estimated Taxes

-Tax-Time Errors Filers Should Avoid


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