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Tax Deductions That Aren’t Allowed By the IRS

tax deductionsGetting a tax deduction for an allowed expense on your taxes is great. Making the mistake of claiming a deduction that is not allowed by the IRS can you get into trouble and a possible audit. For example, you can deduct the expense of a dinner with clients up to 50% of the bill only. If you claim more than the 50% allowed or you do not properly record the business purpose of the meeting, the deduction could be thrown out.

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Travel is similar to entertainment were only the part of the travel that is business related can be deducted. … Read more at 2009 Taxes

Governor Cuomo And New York Tax Rates

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Your New York 2013 taxes may seem higher than ever, but changes may happen in the near future thanks to the proposed tax cuts set forth by Gov. Cuomo.

New York has a reputation for having a high tax rate, and it may take decades for this perception to change. Newspapers and magazines across the country have written about this perception, and this has only reinforced this feeling. TurboTax 2013 may be especially helpful for New York residents, and your 2013 taxes may be filed with confidence if you consult TurboTax 2013 as well.

Employers took notice when Cuomo announced … Read more at 2009 Taxes

Tax Carnival Ecstasy – August 20, 2013

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Tax Carnival Ecstasy – August 20, 2013

Welcome to the August 20, 2013 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. We start this edition an article about filing back taxes from the blog 2009 Taxes by Bill Smith. John Schmoll takes a look at when is the right time to start saving money for retirement. Finally Daniel has an article on paying a personal tax to yourself from his site Sweating the Big Stuff. Hope you like the articles, like on Facebook, +1 with Google, and share the link on Twitter.

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Can You Still File 2009 Taxes With Turbo Tax 2009?

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Can You Still File 2009 Taxes With Turbo Tax 2009?

Turbo Tax 2009 was released in late 2009 as a way for people to prepare and file their taxes themselves from a computer. The software guided users through the process and helped them to get the biggest tax refund possible. Turbo Tax is updated every year to stay current with tax laws, so to file your taxes you must use the version of the software from that tax year.

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For 2009 taxes, this means you will need to use Turbo Tax 2009. You … Read more at 2009 Taxes

TurboTax Makes Tax Season a Breeze

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Financial capability is a major part in an adult’s life. Finishing your degree and getting a job is needed in order to maintain a sustainable life, along with paying taxes. Tax which comes from the Latin word “taxo” meaning rate, is a monetary obligation given to individuals to support the government; it is not a donation or a voluntary contribution, rather it is an imposed donation as mandated by law. Taxes are necessary for the government to function and provide services to the people. There are two forms of taxes levied to individuals: direct and indirect. Direct taxes are imposed … Read more at 2009 Taxes

Tax Carnival Ecstasy – January 22, 2013

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Welcome to the January 22, 2013 edition of tax carnival ecstasy. In this edition we start off with an article from Bill Smith on the IRS delay in tax filing acceptance until the end of January, a delay caused by the late tax law changes passed by congress. There is also an article from John Schmoll who looks at 4 Helpful Free Investment Tools that you can use. Hope you like all the articles, tweet our carnival on Twitter, share with your friends, bookmark and come back next time.

Brian McKay presents Mortgage Debt Cancellation Relief Extended Until December … Read more at 2009 Taxes