Tax Carnival Ecstasy – October 25, 2011

Welcome to the October 25, 2011 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition of the Tax Carnival Ecstasy we have a number of great articles from different financial blogs. Roger White starts us off with 401k Contribution Limits in 2011 and 2012, for those looking to max-out their retirement savings. SteveR has a good post with What to Expect after Receiving an IRS Certified Letter, if you just discovered that you are being audited. And finally, Al Peters presents 4 Things You Should Know About Your Self Assessment Tax Return 2011. Hope you enjoy the material, bookmark, share, tweet, like on Facebook and come back soon.

Adriana Roux presents UPDATE: JASON SILVER, HEAD OF U.S DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY’S LOAN PROGRAM, STEPS DOWN posted atBankruptcy Attorney NJ RSS Feed, saying, “Solyndra bankruptcy news heats up as e-mails reveal conversations that show the Obama administration was forewarned to not loan the solar energy company the $535 million. Republicans demand answers and review emails that report irresponsible lending for the purpose of “green jobs” and perhaps to satisfy investment relationships – all with tax payer money!”


Colin Hartness presents Figures Reveal Rising PPI Payouts posted at Fast Track Reclaim Blog.

Roger White presents 401k Contribution Limits in 2011 and 2012 posted at 401k Calculator, saying, “This posts lets you know about your 401k contribution limits for 2011 and 2012.”


Al Peters presents How Much Can you Earn Before Paying Tax in 2011 posted at Tax Return Blog, saying, “Tax allowances and brackets change each year. This post shows highlights how much you can earn before you need to pay tax.”

SteveR presents What to Expect after Receiving an IRS Certified Letter posted at 2011 Taxes, saying, “Receiving an IRS certified letter can be a huge shock. You walk out on your mailbox sooner or later, peruse junk and bank statements, and then that you can see it.”

The DIV-Net presents Roth IRAs posted at The DIV-Net, saying, “Nothing is certain in this world except for death and taxes. For many dividend growth investors, this could be characterized as a feeling that they are being taxed to death. While I keep most of my assets in taxable brokerage accounts, I am always on the lookout to legally minimize my investment taxes as much as possible. In fact there is a way to invest in dividend paying stocks without ever having to pay taxes on your investment.”

Gemma Flannery presents Your Tax Code For 2011 posted at Tax Codes, saying, “Your tax code is used by your employer to calculate the amount of tax to deduct. Each year this changes with as tax brackets change. This posts explains the tax code for 2011.”

Al Peters presents 4 Things You Should Know About Your Self Assessment Tax Return 2011 posted at TaxFix Feed Update, saying, “There are many things that you should know about completing your tax return but this post higlights 4 of the top things to remember.”

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