Making the Most of Medical Expenses

Posted on March 16, 2015

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Medical and dental expenses are incurred each year by nearly every taxpayer. Find out whether you qualify for this deduction.

8 Tax Breaks You're Not Taking

Posted on March 13, 2015

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The majority of people know about the most commonly used tax breaks, such as the child tax credit or the charitable donations deduction. However, the Internal Revenue Code also allows for other credits and deductions that many taxpayers neglect to include on their tax returns. To ensure that you aren't paying any more tax than you need to, see if you qualify for any of these lesser known tax breaks.

Tax Filing for Landlords

Posted on March 10, 2015

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Like any other business, landlords are responsible for reporting rental income on their taxes and are also able to deduct any expenses incurred to earn that income. While basic tax and accounting principles apply to rental properties, there are several special rules that landlords must follow when filing their taxes.

Tax Help for the Newly Divorced

Posted on March 4, 2015

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The work that goes into a divorce isn't done when the divorce is finalized. Financial transactions during the divorce and as part of the final settlement create a number of complicated tax situations. Here is an overview of what to expect when it comes to divorce and taxes.

Tax Tips for Parents

Posted on February 26, 2015

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With the average cost of raising a child now around a quarter of a million dollars, parents need every financial break they can get. Luckily for parents, there are a number of tax benefits in place to offset the costs of raising their children.

The Ins and Outs of Deducting Business Expenses

Posted on February 24, 2015

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When it comes time to prepare an annual tax return, most taxpayers begin looking for deductible expenses they paid during the year in order to reduce the amount of money they owe. However, one of the most common sources of confusion when it comes to deductions is the business or work-related expenses we pay.

The Facts About Married Filing Separately

Posted on February 19, 2015

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Married couples may know about the ability to file separately but may not understand why they would want to do so. The Married Filing Separately (MFS) status can result in benefits to some married taxpayers, but it can also make them ineligible for credits and deductions they would qualify for if they were to use the Married Filing Jointly (MFJ) status.

Health Insurance Coverage Exemption - Do You Qualify?

Posted on February 17, 2015

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Under the Affordable Care Act, most people must either carry a sufficient health insurance policy or pay the individual shared responsibility payment, which is a fee for failing to carry health insurance during the year. However, some people may qualify for a fee exemption. According to, you may be exempt from the individual shared responsibility payment if you fall into any of the categories listed below.  

Claiming Charitable Contributions

Posted on February 12, 2015

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Donating to charity is a great way to help others and reduce your tax bill if you itemize deductions. However, in order to claim charitable deductions, you must satisfy all of the IRSís requirements, which can be daunting at times. Here are some of the most important things to remember as you make donations and prepare your tax return. 

Are You Head of Household? Determining Your Filing Status

Posted on February 10, 2015

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Many people are aware that they can file as Single, Married, or Married Filing Separately but aren't aware that there is a separate filing status called "Head of Household."
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