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71: Dealing With Your Tax Debts
Owing the IRS money is not a position anyone wants to be in. The IRS isn't like most creditors you owe money to; they are protected by the government and have far more avenues of collection. Not o

72: Tax Deductions To Look Into For 2012
The 2012 tax season is a few months away, but it doesn't mean that you shouldn't start planning now. Tax deductions can change each year, and 2012 is going to be no exception. If you are smart, yo

73: Simple and Effective Tax Reduction Tips
About one percent of taxpayers receive an IRS audit notice in the mail each year. Most of these missives are little more than requests for additional information. Perhaps you made a math error or fa

74: Understanding the Need for Income Tax Self-Assessment
Did you know that approximately one in three taxpayers is affected by self-assessment? This system gives you greater control and responsibility over your tax affairs. Under this condition, there is

75: Incorporate Your Small Business and Avoid the Alternative Minimum Tax
The Alternative Minimum Tax applies both to corporations as well as to individuals.  While many of the AMT rules are the same, there are some significant differences between the two.  One

76: Advice of Enrolled Agents Keeps Business Owners Out of IRS Trouble
IRS enrolled agents are not only tax preparers but also important advisers. This is particularly true for business owners, who are common recipients of information from tax professionals. An impor

77: How to Get a Tax Refund Online for Your Overpaid Taxes?
Are you confused about how to get a tax refund in an organized way? The emergence of advanced technology has made our lives smoother than ever. Not only the daily courses have gone automated but als

78: The Most Important Tax Preparer Jobs Involve Determining Deductions
Nothing gets a taxpayer in deep trouble more easily than claiming inaccurate deductions. The IRS is ever vigilant in finding cases of deductions that are overstated. The objective behind IRS 

79: Enrolled Agent Help for Taxpayer Mistakes on a Tax Return
Mistakes on tax returns will eventually occur. Identifying the corrective action depends upon the type of mistake. By passing the enrolled agent examination, you possess an especially high leve

80: The Federal Income Tax
The Federal Tax Code is a in style tool for members of Congress to usher in more spending cash and repay obligations to special interests. The sixty,044 page income tax code has been amended and pat

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