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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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H&R Block- Small Business Tax Software Review

H&R Block- Small Business Tax Software Review

H&R Block is one of the best tax preparation software used worldwide. Today more than 500 million clients mainly in Australia, the U.S., and Canada use H&R block. With almost 50 years of small business experience H&R Block system understands the requirements of their clients and creates, sustains and implements such systems to support the franchisee in their business growth.

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Not only experience, but the H&R block tax preparation services has very strong recognition, making itself a house hold name all over the world. H&R Block is one of the leading and top … Read more at 2009 Taxes

Top Ten Most Overlooked Tax Deductions

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Each year the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reports the most common tax deductions taxpayers forget about when submitting their income tax return.  Among one of the most common mistakes taxpayers make is they forget to place their Social Security number on the form or they make a mistake when entering the information.

It is possible for some taxpayers to be overpaying so it helps to make sure you review deductions available and understand how to claim them correctly to obtain the credit.  Below is a list of the most common deductions overlooked by taxpayers:

  1. State sales tax: Taxpayers who live
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Tax Filing and Income Tips are Pertinent to Everyone

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 990 is the return for those organizations which are exempt from income tax. It still must be filed. This includes tax year 2009 and tax year 2010, and others of course.

Even though such organizations are not paying taxes, income remains important.

The Internet is a great resource for making extra money for many types of businesses and of course, nonprofits are no exception. There are several ways for nonprofits to make money online including soliciting donations, selling merchandise, and attracting sponsors or visitors.

Using the Internet to solicit donations can be extremely … Read more at 2009 Taxes

2 Good Reasons to Trust Turbo Tax This Year

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2 Good Reasons to Trust TurboTax This Year

It is estimated that 3 out of every 4 returns filed has a computing or typographical error that can end up costing you hundreds if not thousands of dollars down the road. TurboTax proofs all your tax information so you can make sure that everything you enter is accurate avoiding legal ramifications down the road and earning you the refund you deserve. As an added bonus, TurboTax regularly updates all the new tax laws that affect the tax credits you may be entitled to under the law.

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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