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  • Personal Exemptions – 2013 Federal IRS Taxes
    on Jan 31, 2014 in Federal Tax
    In the 2013 Form 1040 “U.S. Individual Income Tax Return” there is a section on the first page titled “Exemptions”. For 2013, the personal exemptions deduction is $3,900 per exemption, which is higher than the amount in 2012...
  • IRS Tax Computation Worksheet
    on Jan 11, 2014 in Federal Tax Forms
    The 2013 IRS publication 17 “Your Federal Income Tax For Individuals” notes on page 261 that for taxable income exceeding $100,000, the taxpayer should use the tax computation worksheet instead of using the IRS tax tables. The IRS tax com...
  • 2013 IRS Tax Tables
    on Jan 11, 2014 in Federal Tax
    The 2013 IRS publication 17 “Your Federal Income Tax For Individuals” provides the latest IRS tax tables for tax year 2013 on page 250 of the document. Publication 17 is a comprehensive publication which provides insights for filing your...
  • IRS Publication 17 – “Your Federal Income Tax”
    on Jan 10, 2014 in Federal Tax Forms
    The IRS publication 17 “Your Federal Income Tax For Individuals” is available to download here from the IRS website. A copy of the publication can also be mailed directly to you for free through the order page here from the IRS. IRS Publi...
  • 2013 Federal Income Tax Brackets And Rates
    on Jan 9, 2014 in Uncategorized
    Provided below are the 2013 federal income tax brackets and tax rates for taxes due April 15th 2014 for the filer’s taxable income. Additional insights can be found in the IRS 2013 Publication 17. Further below we have provided the full tax bra...
  • Standard Deduction For 2013 – Federal Taxes
    on Jan 4, 2014 in Federal Tax
    The standard deduction is the deduction which a individual (or family) can take if they forgo the ability to itemize their expenses (Form Schedule A) from a list of allowable expenses. Generally, it is best to choose the option which will allow the i...
  • Federal Standard Deduction 2011
    on Feb 22, 2012 in Federal Tax
    The standard deduction is the deduction which the individual can take if they forgo the ability to itemize their expenses (Form Schedule A) from a list of allowable expenses. Generally, it is best to choose the option which will allow the individual...
  • Federal Tax Brackets 2011
    on Feb 21, 2012 in Federal Tax
    The following is the 2011 Federal Tax Brackets for income tax. Income tax in the United States is accessed after taking specific deductions, such as your standard deduction and your personal deduction for dependents. Your standard deduction will vary...
  • $8000 Tax Credit For Home Buyers
    on Nov 15, 2009 in General
    As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, new home owners may be able to get a $8,000 tax credit if they qualify. The tax credit is worth $8,000, or 10% of the home value, whichever is lower. Qualifications include: You must be...
  • President Obama’s Homeowner Affordability and Stability PlanWhat is the tax benefit that you might have from this plan? This Stability Plan is part of the President’s comprehensive strategy to get the economy back on track. The plan will help many home owners restructure their home mortgages and avoid for...
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