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Tax Tip No. 73
Tax bill too big? IRS offers payment options
If this year’s tax filing deadline will be a “pay” day for you and you don’t have the cash, the IRS gives you several payment options. Full story
No. 1 7 steps to take on Day 1 of tax season 2007
No. 2 Alternative minimum tax land mines
No. 3 Choosing your tax return form
No. 4 Who has to file a tax return?
No. 5 Filing status makes a difference
No. 6 Properly defined dependents can pay off
No. 7 Some tax help in caring for an aging parent
No. 8 Getting full tax credit for your children
No. 9 Ways to electronically file your taxes
No. 10 Picking the proper tax software
No. 11 What are your e-paying options?
No. 12 Deducing the best deduction method
No. 13 Triple tax-refund saving option
No. 14 Tax breaks for gas savers
No. 15 Tax documents on the way!
No. 16 Household help tax deadline
No. 17 A few items escape the IRS, but not many
No. 18 Tax costs for poorly timed stock transactions
No. 19 Getting a replacement W-2
No. 20 Getting financial tax account info
No. 21 How to adjust your withholding
No. 22 Deducting mortgage loan points
No. 23 Win your office Super Bowl pool?
No. 24 The IRS can help in disastrous times
No. 25 Maximizing medical deductions
No. 26 Yes, there are some good taxes
No. 27 Sales taxes can mean tax breaks
No. 28 Energy enhancements pay off at tax time
No. 29 A look at all the capital gains rates
No. 30 Job-hunting tax breaks
No. 31 Couples: File jointly or separately?
No. 32 Alimony payment tax implications
No. 33 No need to itemize above-the-line deductions
No. 34 An apple of a tax break for teachers
No. 35 The IRS offers ways to save on college
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No. 36 Let Uncle Sam help pay for your move
No. 37 Retirement savings credit doubles payoff
No. 38 Make your hobby pay for itself
No. 39 Some Social Security may be taxable
No. 40 Taxpayers abroad can limit U.S. taxes
No. 41 Where’s my refund?
No. 42 Let Uncle Sam help with child care
No. 43 Earned income tax credit could pay off
No. 44 Miscellaneous itemized deductions
No. 45 Writing off home-office expenses
No. 46 Writing off private mortgage insurance
No. 47 Special deductions for elderly and blind filers
No. 48 Uncle Sam can help pay some adoption costs
No. 49 Don’t dump that old car, donate it
No. 50 When it’s OK to tap your IRA
No. 51 Be sure names and Social Security numbers match
No. 52 Deducting student loan interest
No. 53 Figuring retirement cost basis
No. 54 Writing off a worthless stock
No. 55 Tradtional IRA still appeals to some
No. 56 Tax credits help with higher education costs
No. 57 Mandatory IRA distribution deadline nears
No. 58 Putting foreign taxes to domestic use
No. 59 Business expenses that benefit you
No. 60 Getting back excess FICA payments
No. 61 Accounting for investment income
No. 62 Cashing in on uncommon contributions
No. 63 Roth IRA rules
No. 64 Schedule D: Reporting capital gains and losses
No. 65 Tax rules for young investors
No. 66 Cover college costs with a Coverdell
No. 67 Filing your business income taxes
No. 68 Good deeds can equal good tax breaks
No. 69 Tax savings for educated use of bonds
No. 70 Reporting 401(k) and IRA rollovers
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No. 71 10-point tax return checklist
No. 72 Sending your 1040 via special delivery
No. 73 Tax bill too big? IRS offers payment options