Tax Credits

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  2. 3 Federal Income Tax Facts You Didn't Know

    Learn about three federal income tax facts that most Americans may not know from ...
  3. Tax Credits That Can Get You a Refund

    Here are a few of the credits that may result in a refund check, even if you owe ...
  4. This Explains $0 Federal Income Tax for Millions

    Understand how the earned income tax credit works and whether it applies to you.
  5. Inside the Hedge Fund Infatuation with Charter ...

    Find out why the federal tax credits available for investing in charter schools has ...
  6. Before You Visit Your Tax Preparer: Do This

    The earlier you start preparing your tax records and documents, the more likely you ...
  1. EU Probes Tax Laws To Catch Corporate Cheaters

    Recently, the EU has launched an investigation into tax deals between Amazon and ...
  1. Are personal loans tax deductible?

    Find out whether interest on personal loans is tax deductible and what types of loan interest can be used to reduce your ...
  2. Are tax shelters legal in Canada?

    Understand whether tax shelters are legal in Canada and what types of scams have been committed. Learn what happens to illegal ...
  3. How much does a dependent reduce your taxes?

    Learn the qualifications for claiming a dependent on your income taxes and the amount by which a dependent reduces your tax ...
  4. What are the best free online calculators for calculating my taxable income?

    Find out where to locate the best online calculators to determine your taxable income and why it is important to know this ...
  1. IRS Special Enrollment Examination (SEE) Study Guide

    The enrolled agent status is the highest credential awarded by the IRS.
  1. 6 Tax Credits That Anyone Can Claim

    Tax deductions and credits aren't just for big companies. You might be surprised ...
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