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Tax Carnival Ecstasy – June 18, 2013

Welcome to the June 18, 2013 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we start with an article by Jason Hull on tax accountants for your business. John Schmoll has a great post on retirement planning and saving for college together. Bill Smith takes a look at the online sales tax proposals that have been made. And we have an article on fake charities popping up after the recent events in Boston and how to protect yourself. Hope you like all the articles, bookmark, share, tweet, and like on Facebook.

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Bill Smith’s gold medal (Photo credit: Waikiki Natatorium)


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Arizona Tax Attorney Aims To Save Customers Money

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Seal of the United States Internal Revenue Service. The design is the same as the Treasury seal with an IRS inscription. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Tax payers often seek out tax lawyers so they don’t have to deal with the Internal Revenue Service alone. In turn, an Arizona tax attorney offer expert tax resolution services that often helps clients save money.

For instance, one satisfied customer said his Phoenix tax attorney offer detailed recommendations about how to deal with the IRS at a time when “we really needed help.”

The customer went on to explain how he relied on these tax … Read more at 2010 Tax.

Features Of The Federal Free TurboTax

Features Of The Federal Free TurboTax

It is now possible for people to file their Federal taxes free with the help of Free Turbo Tax.  Federal Free Turbo Tax was designed with people having tax returns in mind, in view that they do not require a lot of tax guidance irrespective of their income level. The free edition provides an easy way of getting free tax preparation, by searching for the tax credits that one is eligible for to get the highest possible refund amount.

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English: United States Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division Badge (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Tax Credits For Your Home

2010 Tax Credits For Your Home

For those of you thinking of buying a new home but are not sure about the 2010 tax credits, maybe this will help you. If you are buying a home and your modified gross income is less than $245,000, the house costs less than $800,000, and you’re a first time home buyer, you can receive full credit. If your modified adjusted income is more than $125,000, you will receive a reduced credit. If your MAI is more than $245,000, you will receive no credit. Also, for those of you who are remodeling, you … Read more at 2010 Tax.

5 Tax Tips for Self-Employed Individuals in Any Field

Self-employment is like ice cream; it comes in a large variety of flavors. You can be a freelance writer, a graphic designer, a landscaper or a dog walker. Some people are self-employed full time, while others work part-time around their “day job”. Whatever your flavor of self-employment is, there are some definite tax tips you need to know.

If You Earn It, You Have to Declare It

If you do work for businesses, they will generally send you a 1099 form that you have to file at the end of the year. However, even if you work for individuals, or … Read more at 2010 Tax.

Should Millionaires Pay More Taxes?

Taxes are often an hot issue during an election. The 2012 presidential election is not any different than other election seasons. But no candidate has come under fire for his tax return more than Mitt Romney. Up until recently, he was pretty coy on the subject. He did promise to release his tax returns if he became the Republican nominee, and though he hasn’t secured the Republican nomination, he has released his tax returns for 2010, along with his estimates for 2011.

If you want to put your accounting 101 classes to good use, feel free to go through … Read more at 2010 Tax.

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