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  • 3). Tax Quotes and Jokes for Tax Season  By : Richard A. Chapo
    Like death, paying taxes is inevitable. In the case of most Americans, tax season is just around the corner. If only paying taxes was so easy. As you begin pulling out those receipts, the eraser and reading plain English tax instructions that Einstein couldn’t figure out, you’re going to need a good laugh. Here you go: 1. I am proud to be paying taxes in the United States.
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  • 5). Figuring Out Your W-4 Withholdings  By : Richard A. Chapo
    If you are employed by a business, you have the ability to play with the withholding on your paycheck. Fortunately, there is an easy way to do this online these days. Figuring Out Your W-4 Withholdings What is one of the happiest days of the year? Holidays excluded, for many people it is the day they get their tax refund check. Yep, cold, hard cash they can spend anyway they want.
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  • 11). Understand IRS Real Estate Auctions  By : Richard A. Chapo
    While the IRS will auction off just about anything to satisfy a tax bill, seized real estate gets people excited. Here are the basics of IRS real estate auctions you need to know. Understand IRS Real Estate Auctions Does the IRS really seize homes and then auction them off? Yes. The seizures occur from wayward taxpayers who never pay their taxes and seizures of crime-inspired purchases such as those from drug dealers and such.
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  • 13). Employment Taxes – Depositing With The IRS  By : Richard A. Chapo
    If your business has employees, you must pay employment taxes. The payment system can be a bit confusing, so this article discusses how to go about depositing employment taxes with the IRS. Depositing Employment Taxes To pay employment taxes, you must deposit the money with the IRS. As is typical with tax situations, the payments are not actually made to the IRS.
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  • 14). Decoding the IRS Dependent Rules! How Do I Know When to Claim a Dependent?  By : Timothy Rea
    Taxes can be confusing to anyone, whether you’ve been paying the IRS for years or this is your first time. The IRS doesn’t have to be an "evil" entity, if you know how taxes work and where you can take deductions. This article looks at some of the general questions people have in regards to tax credits and how to deal with personal businesses.
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  • 16). IRS Issues Tax Credit Amounts For GM Trucks  By : Richard A. Chapo
    As 2006 rolls along, the IRS is in the process of issuing tax credit amounts to particular hybrid vehicles. The agency has just issued the amounts for a number of GM vehicles. IRS Issues Tax Credit Amounts For GM Trucks As part of the Energy Policy Act of 2005, the tax advantages of owning a hybrid vehicle have been seriously upgraded. Prior to the Act, a person that purchased such a vehicle could claim a tax deduction of up to $2,000.
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  • 22). Donating Your Car To Charity  By : hitsusa
    Donating a car to charity is not that difficult. However, you need to be aware of the tax regulations before you donate your car to a non-profit organization. The IRS provides some general rules of thumb on car donations: Starting in 2005, if the claimed value of your donated car exceeds $500 and the item is sold by the charitable organization, your tax deduction is limited to the amount of money the charitable organization actually receives from selling the vehicle.
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