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2011 Federal Tax Filing

If you think 2011 federal tax filing is confusing, maybe this will help you. Below are some things that you will need to know for the tax season.

You should know that you may be able to file your federal tax return without any cost to you through the IRS Free File program. This program is designed to try to get taxpayers to file electronically. It is open to those that ma

LOS ANGELES, CA – NOVEMBER 10: California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (C) greets job seeker U.S. Army veteran Rodney Buckingham (2ndR) at the Internal Revenue… Read more at 2011 Tax.

Running Your Own Business and Managing Accounts for the First Time

If the idea of being your own boss seems increasingly attractive in these trouble economic times, you’re not alone.  Surprisingly large numbers of individuals have taken, or are taking, the leap into self-employment.  It seems odd, when the economy is contracting, but it is often the case during recessions that the number of self-employed and new small businesses rises.  Small businesses are now leading the way in job creation; with more people facing job insecurity and redundancy, for many the only choice is to create their own job.  The idea is attractive at any time, being your own boss means … Read more at 2011 Tax.

Be Prepared For Your Taxes

There are many factors that can devalue your return during tax filing.  A bit of preparation each month can saves hours of work later on. This can also net you extra money on your return, which is always a good thing.
There are several ways to prepare for your taxes a little at a time.  Here we will discuss a few methods that will save you time when taxes roll around, or save you money if you are paying an accountant by the hour to prepare your taxes for you.

Save Your Receipts

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Tax Carnival Ecstasy – April 5, 2012

Welcome to the April 5, 2012 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we start with Learning About Tax Liability by Bill Smith. We also have an article on starting a small business, Home Business, Yay or Nay? from the site 2010 Tax. Jeffery Weber looks at Using Credit Card Rewards to Reduce the Cost of Paying your Taxes. Finally, Edward Webber examines How Much Can a tax payer can Earn Without Paying Taxes 2012. Hope you enjoy the articles, bookmark, share, tweet, like on Facebook and come back real soon.

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Commonly Overlooked Tax Deductions to Watch Out For

Tax season is upon us, and with it comes a lot of work and a lot of stress. It is everyone’s goal to come out of a tax filing with some extra money in pocket – or at least to have to come up with as little out of pocket as possible. Therefore, it is extremely important not to miss any and every possible deduction you can take whenever you are preparing your tax forms. If you are not an expert in tax code, then it is likely there are some deductions you could miss if you are not conscious … Read more at 2011 Tax.

House Republicans On The Offensive Following Extended Tax Fight

Congressional Republicans are looking to change the subject, following a long, drawn out battle over cuts in 2012 taxes. They are doing so by pushing for new legislation, that they propose will promote transportation and energy projects, not only creating jobs but also cutting taxes for cash-strapped businesses.

On the other side, Democrats are hoping to continue their winning record by pushing  Republicans to vote on jobs programs that would be financed by increasing taxes on the rich. During an election year, this might just be a winning strategy.

The parties’ differing uses of legislative power serve to emphasize the … Read more at 2011 Tax.

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