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File Your Federal Taxes Online For 2010 Tax Year

09th February 2011
With the help of online, filing of federal tax extension form is quite easier than before. You need not to travel to more and more offices over any concern to get some esteemed help. There are some well established and well experienced firm are offering s...
Author: denialnichol
Taxes

Connecticut State Tax Rate 2010 Connecticut Tax Brackets 2010

19th January 2011
Connecticut State Tax Rate 2010 Structure Online If your income range is between $0 and $10,000, your tax rate on every dollar of income earned is 3%. If your income range is $10,001 and over, your tax rate on every dollar of income earned is 5%. Indiv...
Author: denialnichol
Taxes

Explore efile

06th January 2011
Recent tax law changes have provided greater clarity in the rules regarding claiming a dependent child on your Federal tax return. The "Uniform Definition of a Child" became effective with the Working Families Tax Relief Act of 2004. This law cleared up ...
Author: Jacques Nielsen
Taxes

File taxes online web

06th January 2011
Recent tax law changes have provided greater clarity in the rules regarding claiming a dependent child on your Federal tax return. The "Uniform Definition of a Child" became effective with the Working Families Tax Relief Act of 2004. This law cleared up ...
Author: Jacques Nielsen
Taxes

File taxes online

15th November 2010
Recent tax law changes have provided greater clarity in the rules regarding claiming a dependent child on your Federal tax return. The "Uniform Definition of a Child" became effective with the Working Families Tax Relief Act of 2004. This law cleared up s...
Author: Elliott Daniels
Legal

You Can Stop a Wage Garnishment in Missouri and Illinois

14th December 2009
If you are in debt, you may be getting your wages garnished by a creditor in an attempt to get your debt paid. A wage garnishment is a fairly common tactic used by creditors to collect a debt where they take a portion of your paycheck. They get a garnishm...
Author: JamesBrown
Taxes

7 Most Commonly Overlooked Sources of Taxable Income

28th April 2009
Sometimes a person gets in debt to the IRS because they just do not understand the complex US Tax Code. And who can blame them? Taxes are complicated and trying to read through convoluted IRS explanations of the rules is daunting. Many taxpayers are not a...
Author: Roni Deutch
Taxes

How To Decide Whether to Standardize or Itemize Your Tax Deductions?

15th April 2009
Doing your taxes is time-consuming. There are a variety of choices on how to proceed. Taxes can be done online, or using a proprietary software package. Some taxpayers still use the old-fashioned method of pen and paper. Others prefer to hand the whole pr...
Author: Ron Finkelstein
Taxes

What is the 2008 Standard Deduction

27th March 2009
The standard deduction may seem confusing at first glance, but when broken down, it really is quite simple. Many taxpayers spend a lot of time every tax season trying to figure out if the standard deduction or itemizing is right for them. To help clear th...
Author: Roni Deutch
Legal

The Non Custodial Parent's Quest for Dependency Exemption

12th August 2008
As a parent you many assume that you can claim your children as dependents on your tax returns. But what if you and the other parent do not live together? In review of Anderson v. Commissioner, a recent case decided in tax court, we see that there are spe...
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