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How to Fill Out Form W-4 in 11 Steps
Filling out Form W-4 is one of the first things you do when you start a new job. You also fill out a new W-4 if your financial situation has changed and you want to adjust your withholding.
2015 Tax Brackets
See the 2015 federal tax rates on personal income. Explains how to use the chart to calculate a person's tax liability. Desktop-friendly format.
Changes in Tax Deadlines to Take Effect in 2017...
Updated August 3, 2015. The next major tax deadline is September 15, 2015, for corporate, partnership and trust returns. Also, a recent law makes significant changes in the deadlines for tax returns and foreign bank account reports (FBAR) starting in 2017.
7 States With No Income Tax
See the list of seven U.S. states that have no income tax and find out where you'll get to keep more of your paycheck.
Your Helpful Guide to Capital Gains Tax Rates...
Find critical definitions and tax rates for capital gains and losses. Plus tax tips for 2014.
Sold Your Home? You Might Not Have to Pay Taxes...
How to calculate capital gains taxes on the sale of a main home, along with tips for lowering your capital gains using the exclusion for selling a main home.
Investing in a 401(k)? Learn Your Yearly...
Find out what's the maximum you can contribute to a 401(k) plan for the year 2015 for elective salary deferrals and catch-up contributions.
What Are the Most Tax-Friendly States for...
Find out which states retirees will pay the least income tax, sales tax, and property tax and which states win out overall as the best states to retire in.
The Best (and Worst) States for Property Taxes
Find out which states have the highest property taxes and which states have the lowest property taxes over a three year period.
A Quick Overview of Social Security Taxes
The Social Security Administration updated the maximum wage base for 2015. The Social Security tax of 12.4% applies to wages and self-employment income.
2014 Federal Income Tax Rates (and How to...
Find out the federal income tax rates 2014 and rates for other federal taxes. Explains how to use the tax rate charts to calculate a person's federal income tax for the year.
Payroll Taxes: A Primer for Employers
Find out how employers report and figure payroll taxes.
How to Check the Status of Your Federal or...
Wondering where your federal or state tax refund is? It's easy to check the status of a tax refund using tools from the IRS and state tax agencies.
Five U.S. States Without a Sales Tax
Every state in the nation has a sales tax, with the exception of only five. See where you can shop sales tax free in these states without a sales tax.
Tax Basics: What You Need to Know about Form W-9
Form W-9 is a request for your taxpayer identification number. Find out what the form means and how to fill it out.
Federal Tax Brackets in a Mobile-Friendly Format
Tax brackets for years 2015 and 2014. Mobile-friendly format.
Learn about the additional 10% tax on early...
If you withdraw money from a traditional individual retirement account, you may be subject to an early distribution penalty of 10%. There are exceptions.
Guess Which State Has the Highest Taxes?
Wondering how your state income tax rates compare to other states? Here you will find each state's highest income tax rate and when the top rates kick in.
Head of Household Filing Status, Explained
Taxpayers claiming the Head of Household filing status benefit from a higher standard deduction and lower tax rates than single taxpayers.
Backup Withholding: What It's For and How to...
Backup withholding is a type of withholding for federal income taxes on certain types of income and may be mandatory in certain circumstances.
How to Get Your Tax Withholding Just Right
It's always a good idea to double check your withholding at least once or twice during the year. Especially after the rush of tax season, now is a good time. Why? By adjusting how much tax is withheld, you are in better control of how much your refund will be next year. Or, if you had a balance due this year, you may want to increase how much tax is taken out to prevent owing again next year. I realize that Form W-4 seems overly complicated, so I share the simplified method of figuring out withholding allowances.
Which States Have Reciprocal Agreements?
Reciprocal agreements allow residents of one state to work in a neighboring state while only paying income taxes to their state of residency.
How to Make Sure Your Charity Donation Is...
Donations of cash and property to qualified non-profits are tax deductible. To be deductible, taxpayers must keep records of their contributions, especially of any gifts over $250. For non-cash contributions, taxpayers must keep records indicating the value and condition of the property given to charity.
Which States Have Tax Breaks for Retirees?
Details on state income tax breaks for retirees, including states that exempt social security income, government pension income, and private pension income.
What's the Statute of Limitations on IRS Audits...
The tax code imposes time limits on getting a tax refund, for the IRS auditing your tax return, and for the IRS collecting any unpaid taxes.
Criteria for Claiming Dependents on Your Taxes
Learn more about the relationship, age, residency, and support tests for qualifying children, and the tie-breaker rules used to determine which taxpayer is eligible to claim a dependent on their tax return. Page 2.
Missing the Tax Deadline: Penalties and Interest
If you owe taxes, the IRS will calculate penalties and interest on the amount owed. There's two types of penalties: one for filing late, and another for paying late. The IRS also adds interest to late payments.
Where You'll Pay the Most in State and Local...
See which state's residents pay the most in all state taxes including income tax, property tax, sales tax, and other state and local taxes.
How Much Do Accountants Charge for Tax...
Tax professionals use a variety of pricing methods when quoting a fee. We've combed through fee studies and company reports to find out the average fees for preparing a tax return.
Personal Exemptions Reduce Taxable Income
Individuals are entitled to claim one personal exemption for themselves and each dependent. Find personal exemption amounts for 2015 and other years.
Should Married Couples File Taxes Separately?
The Married Filing Separately filing status provides fewer tax benefits than filing joint returns, but it does protect each spouse from any tax mistakes the other spouse makes.
What States Don't Tax Social Security Benefits?
A listing of states that fully exempt Social Security benefits from income taxes. Find out which states do not tax Social Security.
Your Quick Guide to New York City Taxes
A guide to taxes individuals pay in New York City including income tax, property tax, sales tax rates, and other taxes.
An Easy Way to Calculate Your Estimated Taxes...
Here's an example of an estimated taxes projection for an independent contractor. All you need to know is your income and deductions for the year so far. Page 3.
What Are the Best and Worst States for Sales...
The Tax Foundation has ranked the states with the highest and lowest combined state and local sales taxes.
Tips for Reporting Rental Income on Schedule E...
Mastering the IRS Form 1040 Schedule E is easy once you organize your income and expenses with these tax rules regarding rental income.
The Basics of the Medicare Tax
In the year 2015 Medicare taxes remain at 2.9% on all wages and self-employed income. The additional Medicare tax also remains in effect for 2015.
Here Are 3 Ways You Can Reduce Your Taxes
The goal of tax planning is to arrange your financial affairs so as to minimize your taxes. There are three basic ways to reduce your taxes.
Here's a List of U.S. Cities With an Income Tax
A listing of cities and localities in the U.S. that have an income tax, including details on city income tax rates and other municipal income tax rates.
7 Common Myths about State Income Taxes
State income taxes are complicated and there are many myths and misconceptions out there. Don't fall for these seven myths about state income taxes.
Does Your Company Qualify for This 3% Tax...
Starting with tax year 2005, certain companies can take a 3% deduction for US-based business activities with the Domestic Production Activities Deduction.
How Does New York City Tax Your Income?
Find out New York City income tax rates, tax credits you can use to reduce your income taxes, and how to file and pay your income taxes.
How Long Should I Keep My State Tax Records?
An explanation of how long you should keep your state tax records and how long the state has to audit your tax return.
How Dividends Are Taxed and Reported on Tax...
Dividends generated by investments in stocks and mutual funds are taxable income. Sometimes they are taxed at ordinary tax rates, and sometimes at the lower capital gains tax rates. Find out when you need to fill out Schedule B, and how to get information from Form 1099-DIV to Form 1040.
Social Security Benefits are Partially Taxable:...
Social Security benefits are subject to the federal income. The amount of benefits that are included in taxable income depends on total income from all sources. Discusses how to calculate the taxable portion of benefits and how to request withholding.
What's Your Tax Filing Status?
Choose only one filing status, depending on your situation. Generally, your filing status depends on your marital status as of the last day of the year.
Understanding Form W-2, the Annual Wage and Tax...
A line-by-line guide to reading your Form W-2 to help you understand your salary and where various amounts may need to be reported on a tax return. Page 2.
Here Are The Best and Worst Places for Property...
Where will you pay the most property taxes? Find out which counties have the highest property taxes and which have the lowest property taxes in the nation.
What You Should Know about Filing an Amended...
An amended tax return is used to make corrections to a previously filed tax return. Taxpayers can correct filing status, income, tax deductions, or tax credits. Tips for revising and correcting federal tax returns using Form 1040X.
What Are Adjustments to Income on Your Taxes?
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Set Up an IRS Payment Plan With This Easy Guide
Setting up an IRS payment plan is an easy way to pay taxes. Find out how to request an IRS installment agreement quickly and easily.
5 Online Tax Calculators That Cost Nothing
Find the best tax calculators and tax tools to help you prepare your tax return, understand your paycheck, or plan for next year.
How Much is Your Standard Deduction?
Taxpayers can opt to take a standard deduction (a flat dollar amount that reduces taxable income) or itemize their deductions instead.
Federal Tax Brackets for 2013 (and Tax Rate...
Find out the federal income tax rates 2013 and rates for other federal taxes. Plus tips for how to utilize your marginal tax rates to help plan your finances.
Tax Terms: What Is Tangible Personal Property?
Definition and examples of tangible personal property as it relates to state personal property taxes.
What Is the Alternative Minimum Tax?
The alternative minimum tax, or AMT, is a second tax system parallel to the regular income tax. The alternative minimum tax adjusts or eliminates certain tax deductions or credits. Your tax may be higher under the alternative minimum tax rules if your income is over the AMT exemption amount.
Things to Keep in Mind When Filing Jointly as a...
The Married Filing Jointly filing status provides more tax benefits than filing separate returns, but taxpayers will need to weigh the pros and cons.
What You Need to Know about Filing Late Tax...
If you haven't filed your taxes in a few years, you may be wondering what options you have. Learn how to prepare and file your taxes to protect yourself.
The Key Benefits of Health Savings Accounts
Contributions to health savings accounts are tax deductible. And did you know that HSA contributions can be double tax-free: not only are contributions tax-deductible going into the HSA, and distributions can be tax-free coming out the HSA. For 2015, individuals can contribute up to $3,350 to a health savings account paired or up to $6,650 if the plan has family coverage. Contributions for tax year 2015 are due by April 15th, 2016.
How to Get a Federal Tax Credit for the Cost of...
The Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit reduces your taxes by providing a tax credit for money you spend on day care and child care services.
What Taxpayers Need to Know About Depreciation...
When taxpayers sell an asset that has been depreciated for tax purposes, that sale may trigger a type of capital gain called depreciation recapture.
Child Tax Credit: How to Qualify and Tax...
If you have children, you may qualify for the Child Tax Credit on your federal income tax return. There is a maximum that you can claim, set every yet.
5 Tips for the 2nd Estimated Tax Payment of 2015
Taxpayers can prepay their federal taxes by remitting estimated tax payments throughout the year. The next estimated tax due date is June 15, 2015.
How to Deduct Car and Truck Expenses on Your...
Learn what car-related expenses are tax-deductible, what records to keep, and how to report this on your tax return. Includes standard mileage rates.
Should You Be Charging Your Customers Sales Tax?
Figuring out which sales tax rate to charge your customers can be a challenge, depending on whether the state is origin-based or destination-based.
Federal Tax Liens: Tips to Prevent and Remove...
Taxpayers who owe the IRS can protect themselves and their credit by taking steps to prevent a federal tax lien from being filed.
What You Need to Know About Taxes in Florida
Get the scoop on Florida state taxes including details on Florida property taxes, Florida sales tax rates, and other state taxes in Florida.
How Much Can You Deduct by Contributing to a...
Savings contributed to traditional individual retirement accounts (IRA) are potentially tax deductible. Updated for 2014 and 2015 contribution limits.
How Gifts Interact With Taxes
Transfers of property given before the original owner dies is called a gift. Recipients of gift property have different tax consequences.
What You Need to Know about Reporting Payments...
Businesses are required to report payments made for services related to a trade or business, such as payments made to independent contractors. Such payments are reported to the contractor and to the IRS using Form 1099-MISC. Find out what types of income are reported, and when these forms need to be filed.
Itemized Tax Deductions
Itemized deductions is a group of tax deductions taken on Form 1040 Schedule A. Itemizing is optional, and usually advantageous when total itemized deductions exceeds a person's standard deduction for the year.
Got Stock Options? You Need Tax Form 3921
Incentive stock options enjoy favorable tax treatment compared to other forms of employee compensation. Income from incentive stock options is taxable for federal income tax (including the alternative minimum tax), but are not taxable for Social Security and Medicare taxes. Upon meeting all the criteria for a qualifying sale, income from incentive stock options qualify for the preferred long-term capital gains tax rate.
Do Your Home Improvements Qualify for the...
Homeowners who install solar panels or make other energy-efficient improvements to their home may qualify for a federal tax credit.
The Types of Taxes Withheld from Wages
Employers are required to withhold federal income tax, Social Security tax, Medicare tax, and state and local taxes from the wages of their employees.
Claiming Home Mortgage Interest as a Tax...
Mortgage interest is a tax-deductible expense. Mortgage interest is reported on Form 1040, Schedule A along with other itemized deductions.
How Is Interest Income Taxed and Reported?
Bank interest, money market funds, and tax-exempt bonds are reported on your tax return. Find out how to report your interest income on Form 1040.
How Much Can You Save With a 403(b) Retirement...
For the year 2015, people can contribute up to $18,000 as an elective deferral to their employer's 403(b) retirement savings plan.
5 Ways to Get Out of Debt with the IRS
Learn what your options are for reducing and paying off your tax debts, and how to protect yourself when hiring a tax professional.
California State Taxes Amongts the Highest in...
Find out how much you'll pay in California state taxes; from California income tax, to California property taxes and sales taxes.
Various Types of Individual Retirement Accounts
There are various types of individual retirement accounts available: traditional IRAs, non-deductible traditional IRAs, Roth IRAs, SEP IRAs and SIMPLE IRAs.
Tax Terms: Understanding Use Tax
The definition of use tax, including details on what kind of transactions trigger a use tax liability, when you owe use tax and how to pay use tax.
Your Guide to the 6 Types of Business for...
The various forms of organization are established by state law. There are a wide variety of business organizations recognized by the states. Page 2.
How to Form an S Corporation in 4 Steps
How to form a subchapter S corporation when the corporation has missed the deadline for filing IRS Form 2553 and making a retroactive S Corp election. Page 2.
How Wages and Salaries are Taxed
Wage and salary are taxed partly to the employee and partly to the employer. There are at least four federal taxes imposed.
What Tax Documents to Bring to Your Accountant?
Find out what documents to take with you when meeting with your tax professional. And find out what you can do if you are missing some documents.
How You Can Deduct Up to \$4,000 in Tuition...
Americans can deduct the cost of college tuition for themselves, their spouses, and their dependents with the Tuition and Fees Deduction.
What You Need to Know About California Personal...
A guide to California income tax including tax deductions, tax credits, California tax rates, and income exclusions.
What to Know About Claiming Single Filing...
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How to Plan for, Minimize, and Report the...
Tips to help self-employed business owners and independent contractors plan and calculate your self-employment tax on Schedule SE.
What Every New Yorker Should Know About Paying...
Details on New York State personal income tax including New York income tax deductions and New York tax credits.
Self-employed? SEP IRAs Help Reduce Taxes and...
SEP IRAs help small business owners and the self-employed to save pre-tax dollars for retirement. And it's not too late to fund a SEP IRA for tax year 2014. If you filed an extension, you have until October 15th to contribute savings to a SEP IRA and still deduct it on your 2014 return.
How You Can Convert Your Traditional IRA Funds...
If you have been saving for retirement in a traditional IRA, you are eligible to convert some or all of your traditional IRA funds into a Roth IRA.
Did You Pay Interest on Student Loans? It May...
You can claim up to $2,500 of student loan interest you paid as an above-the-line tax deduction on Form 1040.
5 Rules for Discharging Tax Debts in Bankruptcy
Income tax debts may be eligible for discharge under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Here are the 5 criteria debts must have for discharge.
What New Yorkers Need to Know About Property...
An overview of New York state property taxes. Get the scoop on New York property taxes including assessments, exemptions and property tax rates in New York.
Know the Types of Installment Agreements for...
There's four different types of installment agreements offered by the IRS. The important thing is knowing which installment agreement you qualify for.
What to Do if You Contributed Too Much to Your...
Sometimes, people contribute too much to their Roth IRA. There are four ways to fix this problem.
All About the Earned Income Tax Credit
The earned income credit is a refundable tax credit, which means the EIC lowers your taxes and gives you a bigger refund.
Can Two Taxpayers Claim Head of Household...
Find out whether two people, who both live at the same address, each qualify for the head of household filing status when they prepare their tax returns.
How to Find a Tax Accountant
Here's some simple steps you can take to protect yourself, to find the right tax accountant for your situation, and some questions to ask.
Got Capital Loss? Here's What You Should Know...
A wash sale is selling an investment at a loss and repurchasing the same investment within a short period of time and may be deferred for tax purposes.
Need More Time? How to File for a Tax Extension...
Need more time to file a tax return with the IRS? If so, an extension can be filed. Doing so will extend the filing deadline to October 15th.
What You Need to Know About Your Pensions and...
Reporting the taxable portion of pension and annuity income can get a little tricky. Here is details on pension and annuity income from the IRS.
The Beginner's Guide to S Corporation Accounting
Learn how to account for income and expenses, measuring shareholder equity and the value of converted property, and calculating adjusted stock basis.
What Is an S Corporation?
Definition of an S Corporation: a corporation that has between 1 and 100 shareholders and that passes-through net income or losses to shareholders.
3 Types of Tax Form 5498 (and Why You Got One)
Did you get a tax document in the mail this week? It's May, and that's when banks and other financial institutions send out Form 5498 to report information about types of tax-preferred savings accounts.
How to Know if You Should Hire a Tax Attorney
Tax attorneys are lawyers who specialize in the complex and technical field of tax law. Tax attorneys are best for handling complex legal issues.
What Type of Tax Form Should You Be Filing?
You should use the simplest tax form for your needs. Find out if you need to file Form 1040, or if you qualify to use the shorter Form 1040EZ or Form 1040A.
These 6 states will waive penalties if you pay...
Arizona, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri and Oklahoma are holding tax amnesties in the year 2015. During the amnesty period, taxpayers may file late tax returns and pay off outstanding tax liabilities without penalty. This page summarizes the features of these six programs.
How Do You Claim a Sales Tax Deduction on Your...
Sales tax may be a deductible against your federal income taxes. This is an itemized deduction and is claimed on Schedule A.
How to Define and Keep Track of Legitimate...
Expenses for your business are generally tax-deductible. Keeping track of all your business expenses will go a long way to reducing your tax liabilities.
Deducting Health Insurance Premiums When You're...
Self-employed persons can deduct the cost of health insurance as an adjustment to income on page one of their Form 1040. This is one of the few business-related expenses we deduct on the 1040 instead of on the Schedule C. The result? This deduction reduces the federal income tax only, and does not reduce the self-employment tax. New for 2014, persons who received any premium assistance credits have an alternate worksheet to fill out (it's located in Pub. 974) instead of using the regular worksheet found in the 1040 general instructions.
Tax Benefits and Drawbacks of Investing Through...
Roth individual retirement accounts provide potentially tax-free savings and distributions. For 2015, up to $5,500 can be contributed to a Roth IRA.
Are You Eligible for a Lifetime Learning Tax...
Learn about the Lifetime Learning Credit, a federal tax credit for any person who takes college classes. Updated for 2014 and 2015 figures from the IRS.
8 Reasons to Ask the IRS for a Tax Extension
An extension is your way of asking the IRS for additional time to file your tax return. Learn more about what filing an extension can and cannot do for you.
What Is Form 1099, Anyway?
Form 1099 is used to report a wide variety of taxable income, such as interest, dividends, stock sales, and self-employment income.
Millage Rate
Definition of millage rate: A property tax rate expressed in tenths of a cent that is applied to the assessed value of real estate.
Communicate Effectively with Your Tax Preparer
Make the most of your tax meeting with these four tips for communicating effectively with your tax preparer.
Tax Terms: What Is Reciprocity?
The definition of reciprocity or reciprocal agreements as they relate to state income taxes and what the agreement does - and does not - cover.
Everything You Need to Know About Illinois...
Details on all Illinois state taxes and Illinois tax rates including information on property taxes, income taxes, and sales taxes.
How Selling a House Affects Your Taxes
When homeowners sell their main home, they can exclude up to $500,000 in capital gains from income tax. The Housing Assistance Tax Act of 2008 changes the rules. The amount of profits from the sale of a house that can be excluded is now based on the percentage of time when the house was used as a primary residence.
Understand the Basics of Income Tax Laws
Tax forms can be pretty scary. Fortunately, there's some very basic ideas which can help you understand what taxes are all about.
The Beginner's Guide to Self-Employment Income
Self-employed persons incur three federal taxes on their earnings: federal income tax, Social Security tax, and Medicare tax.
What's a Refundable Tax Credit?
A refundable tax credit is a tax credit that is treated as a payment and thus can be refunded to the taxpayer by the Internal Revenue Service.
Deducting Property Taxes
Individuals can deduct the cost of property tax as an itemized deduction on their federal tax return.
What College Students Ought to Know About the...
The American Opportunity Tax Credit provides up to $2,500 for people pursuing undergraduate education. Updated for 2014 and 2015 figures from the IRS.
Withholding on Retirement Plan Distributions
When funds are distributed to a person from a retirement plan, those funds are typically subject to withholding for the federal income tax. This article briefly discusses the withholding rules for different types of retirement plans such as pensions, annuities, 401(k) plans and individual retirement accounts.
Excluding Foreign Wages from US Taxes
Americans working outside the United States can exclude up to $100,800 per year from their taxable income through the foreign earned income exclusion.
A Guide to Income and Property Taxes in Texas
A guide to all Texas state taxes. Including the appraisal process and property tax exemptions as well as tax rates for sales, gas and cigarettes.
How Do You Report Alimony on Your Tax Return?
Alimony is income to the person receiving, and is a tax-deductible expense for the person paying. Learn the seven criteria that makes alimony tax-deductible.
Repaying the First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit
If you sold a house in 2013 that was owned less than 36 months and you claimed the first-time homebuyer credit, you may need to repay the tax credit. The homebuyer credit is also repaid over 15 years if a person claimed the 2008 version of the tax credit.
Where to Get Help With Your Taxes for Free
A variety of non-profits, universities and the IRS provides tax preparation assistance and tax problem resolution services to the public for free.
Last Year's State Refund Might be Taxed on Your...
Refunds of state and local taxes are sometimes included as taxable income on a federal return. Learn when state refunds are taxable, what documents are needed, and how to report this on Form 1040.
Best and Worst States for Business
This article summarizes the findings of a study that ranked the best and worst states for business, based on state taxes. Find out where your state ranks and where you'll pay the least in state taxes.
Can Employees Write off Business Expenses?
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3.8% Net Investment Income Tax
The net investment income tax is a tax on the lower of modified adjusted gross income over a threshold amount or net investment income for the year.
Can Two Taxpayers Claim the Same Dependent?
Two parents may be able to both claim tax breaks associated with a child, provided the custodial parent agrees to split the tax benefits.
How to Prepare Your 1040
Maximize your itemized deductions with a handy list of tax deductions, along with information and advice on handling limitations to deductions. Page 2.
Live in Virginia? Here's What You Need to Know...
How to file a Virginia income tax return. Step by step instructions to filing a Virginia income tax return. Learn how to use the Virginia iFile system to file your Virginia tax return online and whether or not you should use the Spouse Tax Adjustment worksheet.
State Tax Web sites
Need a form or contact information for your state tax agency? Find links to each state tax agency website here.
Community Property States
In nine community property states, married persons are considered to own their property, assets, and income jointly. This has implications for how the married couple reports income and deductions when preparing separate tax returns.
How to Claim State Income Tax Deductions
Individuals can deduct their state and local income taxes if they take the itemized deduction.
Educator Expenses Tax Deduction
If you are a teacher and you paid for classroom supplies and other materials out of your own pocket, you can claim those expenses as a tax deduction.
Why Illinois Income Tax Is Simpler Than Most
Everything you need to know about Illinois income tax, from deductions and credits to tax rates.
Look How Much You Can Save with a Section 457...
Employees who have access to a 457 plan through their employer can contribute up to $18,000 as an elective salary deferral for the year 2015.
Where to Mail Tax Returns, Tax Payments and...
The Internal Revenue Service has different addresses for different types of documents being mailed. Here's links to pages on the IRS.gov Web site with the
How Should You File Your Taxes?
E-file is fast and safe, paper filing is low-key. Find out which is best for you, or if you are required to file on paper.
Got an S Corp? Here's How to Issue a Schedule...
Schedule K-1 of Form 1120S is used to report each shareholder's pro-rated share of net income or loss from an S-Corporation.
How to Deal With a Foreclosure on Your Federal...
Foreclosures are treated as the sale of property. Homeowners going through a foreclosure will need to calculate their gain or loss for tax purposes.

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