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  1. I am 52 years old and wish to make a withdrawal from my 401(k) plan. Is there any ...

    Most distributions from qualified retirement plans made to you before you reach the age of 59.5 are subject to an additional ...
  2. How do I sign up for the saver's tax credit?

    The saver's tax credit is a non-refundable tax credit available to eligible taxpayers in the U.S. who make contributions ...
  3. How do I figure out my cost basis on a stock investment?

    The cost basis of any investment is the original value of an asset adjusted for stock splits, dividends and capital distributions. ...
  4. How are realized profits different from unrealized or so-called "paper" profits?

    When buying and selling assets for profit, it is important for investors to differentiate between realized profits and gains, ...
  5. Is my non-qualified Roth IRA distribution subject to taxes or early distribution ...

    The ordering rules must be applied to determine whether the distribution is subject to income taxes and/or the early distribution ...
  6. How do I calculate my gains and/or losses when I sell a stock?

    To begin, you need to know your cost basis, or the price you paid for the stock. If you did not record this information, ...
  7. Tax Relief For Katrina Victims

    Find out if you qualify for the assistance offered to hurricane survivors by the U.S. government.
  8. I deducted my IRA contribution on my tax return but failed to transfer the funds. ...

    If an IRA contribution was deducted on a tax return, but the contribution was never made to the IRA by the taxpayer's tax ...
  9. If an employee is paid by commission, who is responsible for withholding taxes?

    It depends. An individual who receives commissions can be treated in the same manner as an individual who receives straight ...
  10. Can an open-ended fund's price appreciate significantly?

    Theoretically, open-end mutual fund prices can experience a significant increase in price. However, three factors need to ...
  11. Seek Out Past Losses To Uncover Future Gains

    Tax loss carry-forwards can help reduce the tax burden of owning a profitable fund.
  12. Should I put money into a retirement account even if it isn't tax deductible?

    One of the biggest and most often-touted advantages of putting money into a retirement account is the tax savings that come ...
  13. How can unethical executives use options backdating to evade taxes?

    The practice of options backdating has landed many companies into the hotseat. The SEC constantly investigates possible instances ...
  14. How do I file taxes for income from foreign sources?

    If you are a U.S. citizen or resident alien, your income (except for amounts exempt under federal law), including that which ...
  15. How do I use the IRS Free File tax forms?

    Free File is a way for taxpayers to prepare and file their federal taxes online for free. The service is available to individuals ...
  16. Can I convert non-deductible contributions made to my Traditional IRA to a Roth IRA ...

    You can convert the contributions to a Roth IRA; however, a portion of the amount you convert to the Roth will be subject ...
  17. What procedure applies to a taxpayer who made excess contributions for 2001, 2002, ...

    If the IRA owner filed his/her 2004 tax return by the due date, including any extensions, he/she receives an automatic six-month ...
  18. Is it true that you can sell your home and not pay capital gains tax?

    It is true in most cases. When you sell your home, the capital gains on the sale are exempt from capital gains tax. Based ...
  19. Are the deferred earnings in a SIMPLE IRA subject to FICA taxes?

    While salary deferral contributions to a savings incentive match plan for employees of small employers (SIMPLE) IRAs and ...
  20. When am I not required to submit a social security number on my tax return?

    When filing your tax return, you are generally required to include the social security numbers of yourself and the individuals ...
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