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1. The Taxing Subject of Taxes
The Taxing Subject of Taxes will undoubtedly always be a taxing subject but perhaps it will be less annoying if we all try to work together toward an outcome that benefits all classes of people who together are one taxing body of people who support America our country, our home!
2. Why We Pay Income Taxes
When was the first income tax levied and why? The telling of this tale of taxes is unfortunately not a child's storybook tale but there have been many big bad wolves around for years huffing and puffing and blowing hot disagreeable taxing air.
3. The Economy, Taxes, Outrage and ARRA of 2009
By this time everyone with access to any media source knows about the current economic conditions. Daily statistics are spouted by media sources that put their own spin on them. What is the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009? Who do you believe? What are the facts and what is fiction?
4. Tax Savings, Contributions, Homeless Pets
If you are looking for a reason to donate to Animal Shelters and Animal Rescue Organizations there’s the obvious opportunity to take a tax deduction if you itemize; and then there’s the opportunity to extend true charity and kindness by helping to care for rescued homeless animals.
5. AARA 2009 - Tax Deduction for Vehicle Purchases
The 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act puts money into the struggling economy with individual and business tax relief. The goal is to stimulate growth and sales, including vehicle sales. If American made cars disappear, what’s next to disappear - baseball, hot dogs, and apple pie?
6. Requesting an Extension of Time To Pay Your Taxes
So you owe the IRS money on your current year’s tax return or you filed your return for last year without paying the balance due and now you received a balance due notice from the IRS. Not sure what to do? Read on for some possible options.
7. How Do I Get a Federal Tax Extension
Last Minute Len is in a panic because he didn’t gather up all his data to get his taxes done by the April 15th due date. Now this is nothing new for Len but yet every year he panics the last week before the due date asking what he needs to do to get an extension.
8. Book Review - Suze Orman's 2009 Action Plan
Finances, taxes and money are on just about everyone’s minds these days. Who can you turn to for help? My choice is Suze Orman. Her new book Suze Orman’s 2009 Action Plan is one of her best and certainly timely.
9. Earned Income Tax Credit
Taxpayers who have earned income and meet specific requirements may be eligible to receive the Earned Income Tax Credit. EITC is a refundable credit which means if you meet all eligibility qualifications, even if you do not have a tax liability or federal withholding you are entitled to the refund.
10. The Johnny Jingles Tax Write Off Tale
Our old friend Johnny Jingles has gotten ambitious. Word about town is that he is thinking about becoming a small business owner. It seems that he´s determined that he can make lots of money and use it all but never owe any taxes because of all the tax write offs. Poor Johnny is a bit confused.
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