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Tadas started a discussion in Taxes on Mar 17th 2011

Tax Tips For Last Minute Filers: Savings and Deductions Great few tips from Alex

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Simon started a discussion in Taxes on Jan 2nd 2012

TurboTax Basic, Deluxe, Premier and Home & Business Free For Mac OS X from Intuit.com Free TurboTax Software for Mac OS X Users

A FatWallet thread is spreading news that TurboTax is currently offering free downloads of the popular tax preparation software only for Mac OS X systems. Read more

Simon started a discussion in Taxes on Apr 21st 2011

IRS is Giving North Carolina Residents Tax Relief Following Tornado Damages

The news has spoken of the grim situation in the Southern and Eastern U.S. - with North Carolina reporting the most damages and fatalities. Read more

jason started a discussion in Taxes on Apr 8th 2011

How to pull a "GE" with your taxes

They use an example of a self employed person making $150,000 a year, but are able to bring their tax burden to $0. Read more

alex started a discussion in Taxes on May 15th 2011

How Corporations Get Out of Paying Taxes

In the 1950's, corporate taxes accounted for 30% of all federal revenue. Today it is only 6.6%. Earlier this year GE showed us how easy it is to skip out on paying taxes. Read more

alex started a discussion in Taxes on Dec 27th 2011

Corporations gear up for major U.S. tax battle Corporations gear up for major U.S. tax battle

It seems no one wants to pay taxes. Read more

alex started a discussion in Taxes on Nov 3rd 2011

Many companies pay $0 in income tax, study finds Many companies pay $0 in income tax, study finds

Forget about increasing taxes for America's 1%, how about we try and get them to pay the taxes they already have. CNN Money found that even though the corporate tax rate is 35 percent, close to 280 of the nation's largest corporations suggest that many aren't paying anything close to that. Read more

Simon started a discussion in Taxes on Sep 6th 2011

How to Turn In Your Tax-Cheating Neighbor Want Side Income? Hunt for Tax Cheaters

The IRS offers a lucrative incentive for taxpayers to blow the whistle on people who are slipping past the tax system. Read more

Simon started a discussion in Taxes on May 25th 2011

Jackson Hewitt, 2nd Largest U.S. Tax Preparer, Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Jackson Hewitt is the nation's second largest tax preparation firm and the company has announced it's filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. Read more

DeniseGabbard started a discussion in Taxes on Jun 21st 2011

Paid and Withdrawn IRS Tax Liens to be Removed From Credit Files | SmartCredit Blog IRS Tax Liens can be Removed from your Credit Reports

This article from SmartCredit outlines the new laws about IRS tax liens. Unlike in times past, once the lien is paid, it can be removed from your credit reports. In fact, embarking upon a payment plan in good faith should have the same effect. Read more

Carolyn started a discussion in Taxes on May 6th 2011

IRS refunded $12 million to dead people in scam- MSN Money IRS refunded $12 million to dead people in scam

In just one year alone, the Internal Revenue Service has paid out over $12 million to thousands of dead people in the form of tax refunds. Looks like not even the federal government is safe from massive fraud attempts. Read more

DeniseGabbard started a discussion in Taxes on Jul 24th 2011

States with the Lowest (and Highest) Tax Burdens

Some states, like New York, have really high property tax rates, others have very high sales tax rates, or excise taxes on alcohol and cigarettes. States with a lot of tourism frequently shift much of the tax burden to visitors by means of hotel and sales taxes. If you are considering relocation, these are all important things to consider.

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Tadas started a discussion in Taxes on Apr 4th 2011

Birth Of The Privacy Tax

mybanktracker started a discussion in Taxes on Apr 25th 2011

Daily Tip - April 25, 2011: You survived tax day! Reward your finances.

Daily Tip: Top 3 ways to utilize your tax refund; 1. Start an emergency fund, 2. Invest in a college savings plan, 3. Pay off your credit card Read more

Simon started a discussion in Taxes on Apr 5th 2011

IRS: Federal Tax Law Includes Charitable Donations for Japan Disaster

With the earthquake and tsunami in Japan as a qualified disaster for federal tax purposes, contributions to an employer-sponsored private foundation for or Japan's disaster relief will be excluded from income. Read more

Tadas started a discussion in Taxes on Jul 26th 2011

Airlines Raise Fares as Federal Taxes Expire Airlines Raise Fares as Federal Taxes Expire

Jack B started a discussion in Taxes on Nov 30th 2010

How much money can I make cash before I have to report it?

I do side jobs and get paid cash, how much can I make before I am actually legally obligated to tell? Read more

Marina started a discussion in Taxes on Mar 23rd 2011

When is it too late to start filing your taxes?

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Simon started a discussion in Taxes on Aug 15th 2011

Stop Coddling the Super-Rich Warren Buffett Makes Case to Raise Taxes on the Wealthy

Warren Buffett, one of the richest people in the world, agrees with President Barack Obama that the super wealthy should be footing a greater share of their income for the tax bill. Read more

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