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A tax credit is an incentive that lets a taxpayer reduce the total amount of tax owed. Find out which tax credits are available to you.
Certain windfalls are considered capital gains. Here’s how to determine what you’ll owe.
Here’s what to know about records to hang on to and how long you should keep them.
Taxpayers can follow their refund online, by phone or with a smartphone app.
Personal credit card use is almost never eligible for a deduction come tax season, but if you’re using a business credit card you can likely deduct your fees.
A number of surprising costs are covered by this tax credit.
Don’t miss these tax breaks — they could save you some cash.
If you didn’t get the recovery rebate credit in 2008, you may be able to claim it this year.
Doing your taxes can be a headache, and figuring out your taxable income is no exception.
Here are new tax laws you’ll need to know in order to file in 2009.
Here is a guide to understanding what type of professional is capable of preparing your taxes.
Getting ahead requires work. Falling behind is much easier. Follow these tips to capitalize on financial failure.
These tax breaks can help you afford a home, finance schooling and build a retirement.
When life insurance is used to pay off a loan, it’s an exception to the tax-free rule.
Helping a new owner learn the ropes should be reflected in the purchase price of the business.