Conclusion - List Of IRS Publications, Forms And Schedules - Individuals
|Pub. 17||Federal Income Tax For Individuals|
|Pub. 463||Travel, Entertainment, Gift and Car Expense|
|Pub. 501||Exemptions, Standard Deduction and Filing Info|
|Pub. 502||Medical and Dental Expenses|
|Pub. 503||Child and Dependent Care Expenses|
|Pub. 504||Divorced or Separated Individuals|
|Pub. 505||Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax|
|Pub. 514||Foreign Tax Credit For Individuals|
|Pub. 515||Withholding of Tax on Nonresident Aliens and Foreign Corporation|
|Pub. 517||Social Security & Other Info. for Members of the Clergy & Religious Workers|
|Pub. 521||Moving Expenses|
|Pub. 523||Selling Your Home|
|Pub. 524||Credit for the Elderly or the Disabled|
|Pub. 526||Charitable Contributions|
|Pub. 527||Residential Rental Property|
|Pub. 530||Tax Information for First - Time Homeowners|
|Pub. 535||Business Expenses|
|Pub. 536||Net Operating Losses|
|Pub. 537||Installment sales|
|Pub. 544||Sales and Other Dispositions of Assets|
|Pub. 547||Casualties, Disasters and Theft (Bus. and Non-Bus)|
|Pub. 550||Investment Income and Expenses|
|Pub. 551||Basis of Assets|
|Pub. 553||Highlights of Tax Changes|
|Pub. 559||Survivors, Executors and Administrators|
|Pub. 925||Passive Activity and At-Risk Rules|
|Pub. 926||Household Employer\'s Tax Guide for Wages Paid|
|Pub. 929||Tax Rules for Children and Dependents|
|Pub. 946||How to Depreciate Property|
|Pub. 970||Tax Benefits for Higher Education|
|Pub. 972||Child Tax Credit|
|Form W-2G||Certain Gambling Winnings|
|Instr. W-2G||Instructions for Form W-2G|
|Form 706||Estate Tax Return|
|Instr. 706||Instructions for Form 706|
|Form 709||U.S. Gift (and Generation Skipping Transfer) Tax Return|
|Instr. 709||Instructions for Form 709|
|Form 1040NR||U.S. Nonresident Alien Income Tax Return|
|Form 1041||U.S. Income Tax Return for Estate & Trusts|
|Instr. 1041||Instructions for Form 1041|
|Form 1098||Mortgage Interest Statement|
|Instr. 1098||Instructions for Form 1098|
|Form 1116||Foreign Tax Credit|
|Instr. 1116||Instructions for Form 1116|
|Form 2441||Child and Dependent Care Expenses|
|Instr. 2441||Instructions for Form 2441|
|Form 5500EZ||Annual Return of One-Participant Pension Retirement Plan|
|Instr. 5500EZ||Instructions for Form 5500EZ|
|Form 6251||Alternative Minimum Tax – Individual|
|Instr. 6251||Instructions for Form 6251|
|Form 8801||Credit for Prior Year Minimum Tax – Individuals, Estates and Trusts|
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