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Incorporating Voter Registration with VITA Services

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Today’s guest post is from Vanessa Williamson and Jackson Gode. Vanessa is a Senior Fellow in Governance Studies at Brookings, and a Senior Fellow at the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center. Jackson, also at Brookings, is Research Analyst with the Governance Studies program. The post discusses interesting research showing how conducting voter registration drives at VITA sites

The Ultimate Tax Planning Strategy

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesThe Ultimate Tax Planning Strategy Source: Flickr The taxes that are withheld from paychecks amount to about 25% of your gross pay (including federal tax, state tax, social security tax and medicare tax). But these taxes that are withheld could be working for you as investments if you employ what I call the ultimate

IRS Issues Tax Credit Amount For Toyota Camry Hybrid

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesIRS Issues Tax Credit Amount For Toyota Camry Hybrid Source: Flickr Prior to January 1, 2006, people purchasing hybrid vehicles were eligible to claim a significant tax deduction. Now they can claim a monstrously large tax credit. IRS Issues Tax Credit Amount For Toyota Camry Hybrid The government attempts to modify the behavior of

Tax Preparation Software: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesTax Preparation Software: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly The medium is the message, it’s sometimes said. Think of Franklin D Roosevelt and his “fireside chats” to the nation. In a pre-TV era, the radio was the perfect medium to “have a conversation with the American people”. He could get his reassuring message

Starting a Business Accounting

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesStarting a Business Accounting Source: Flickr Starting a business can be quite trying at times. There are many things you must consider when starting a business. In addition to deciding what type of business you will start up, what the business will sell or what services the business will provide, you must also make

4 Reasons People Get Into Trouble With the IRS

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares4 Reasons People Get Into Trouble With the IRS Source: Flickr You don’t want to mess with the Internal Revenue Service. One small mix-up when handling your finances can cost you big. For example, in recent years the IRS has increased its filing of levies, liens and wage garnishments. In fact, in 2004 alone,

IRS Levy And Garnishments

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesIRS Levy And Garnishments Source: Flickr Unfortunately to many of us the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is one branch of government that can never be our friend and is often feared by some less reputable business owners. When the IRS is owed money, they will get it whether you like it or not. For

Dear John Letters From The IRS

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesUndoubtedly, you are aware of Dear John letters. Often a young lady sent them to men in the military, often containing bad news. Well, the IRS sends them to taxpayers as well. Dear John Letters From The IRS The Internal Revenue Service sends out millions of Dear John letters to taxpayers every year. Instead

Compromising With The IRS

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesFew things threaten your well-being like the harassment and anxiety of persistent tax problems. Most people make 3 mistakes that get them in trouble with the IRS. They procrastinate. They attempt to represent themselves. They hire sub-par representation and now are in MORE need of help than ever before. These are the kind of
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