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Real Estate Capital Gains Taxes on the Sale of a Home
Wed, 06/23/10 | 3 Comments
Real Estate Capital Gains Taxes on the Sale of a Home

When you are about to sell your home, one of the first things that you should consider is if you will have to pay capital gains taxes on the sale. This is a topic that …

2010 Federal Tax Brackets: Plan Now Before It’s Too Late
Mon, 06/21/10 | 5 Comments
2010 Federal Tax Brackets: Plan Now Before It’s Too Late

Update: The 2013 tax brackets and 2014 tax brackets have since been announced by the IRS.
2010 Federal Tax Brackets
Since the best tax planning usually comes throughout the year prior to the IRS tax deadline, right …

How to Donate your Car to Charity in 7 Steps
Sun, 05/16/10 | 2 Comments
How to Donate your Car to Charity in 7 Steps

Donating A Car is Not as Easy as it Sounds
When donating your car to charity, there are two things that you want to ensure happens:

The charity gets the full benefit of your vehicle donation.
You get …

2010 IRS Federal Home Energy Tax Credit Guide
Tue, 03/23/10 | 40 Comments
2010 IRS Federal Home Energy Tax Credit Guide

Energy Tax Credit Update: The 2011, 2012, and 2013 energy tax credits have been reduced.
A few weeks ago, my wife and I woke up one morning and the temperature in the house seemed a little …

Thinking of Itemizing your Tax Deductions? Here’s a Teaser
Wed, 01/27/10 | 13 Comments
Thinking of Itemizing your Tax Deductions? Here’s a Teaser

Itemizing your Taxes Made Easier
If you’re like me, you’re probably still waiting around for all your income statements to trickle in from banks, discount brokers, your employer, and anyone else whom you might have some …

What is the Retirement Savings Contributions Credit? Can I Claim it?
Mon, 01/18/10 | No Comment
What is the Retirement Savings Contributions Credit? Can I Claim it?

Yet another case where NOT making much money actually pays off. If your income is below the follow adjusted gross income (AGI) levels for the 2011 and 2012 tax year, you may be eligible for …


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