Category Archives: Stimulus Bill

Solutions To The America’s Hard Economic Time

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With $1.3 trillion deficit decline in State’s Revenue, and 43 States faced with budget deficit, these proves that the United States of America is not left out in this hard economic time. As a solution to the situation, 2012 taxes, tax cuts was enacted.  Unfortunately, it was tricky hence; the US resorted to slashing programs and lowering costs. Worse still, it led to increase of some taxes but still a total of eight-tax cut set forth.

2012 taxes, tax cuts stands out as a major challenge. Brooking reports show that 40 States raised taxes and consequently spending declined. Previously, … Read more at 2009 Taxes

What is the Federal Residential Renewable Tax Energy Credit?

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If you have made renewable energy improvements to your home, or you are considering them, you should know about the Federal Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit. The Federal Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit is a program that gives a huge tax incentive to people who install solar-electric systems, solar water heaters, geo-thermal heat systems, fuel cells and/or wind turbines. If you have installed a renewable energy system, or you are planning to install one, the tax credit can help you recoup a large portion of your initial investment.

A Brief History

The Energy Policy Act of 2005 was the first … Read more at 2009 Taxes

Tax Changes in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

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Tax Changes in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

A number of tax law changes were made in the recently passed and signed American Recovery and Reinvestment Act also know as the Federal Stimulus Bill. Those changes include Income Tax reductions, Unemployment taxes, Cobra Health Insurance subsidies, and number of other important changes.

Income Tax Reduction

Individuals and couples will get a $400 income tax reduction through their payroll per person for the 2009 and 2010 tax years. The reduction phases out for individuals that make more than $75,000 or couples earning over $150,000 a year.

Unemployment Tax

Those … Read more at 2009 Taxes