What Is Taxable Interest ?  

     Any interest that you receive or that is credited into your account and can be withdrawn is termed as taxable interest. This interest is treated as taxable income and you have to report it on your tax return. Interests you receive from bank accounts, loans you make out to other, or interest from any other source is considered to be taxable interest.More...

When Do You Pay Taxes On A Roth Ira ?

When Do You Pay Taxes On A Roth Ira

Roth IRA is quite different from a traditional IRA. In this particular retirement plan, you pay tax when you get into the plan rather than when you are taking the distribution. In order to establish a Roth account, you will need to approach a broker. You can make a payment of up to $5,000 for 2009 and 2010 for the plan in case you are less than 50 years of age, and the contribution is up to $6,000 for people who are 50 years and above.More...

 

Tax Write Off List

Tax Write Off List        A tax write off refers to itemized deduction of an item’s value from a person’s taxable income. A tax write off list is extremely useful as it will help you to reduce the gross income on which tax is calculated and this helps in reducing your taxes.More...

 

 

Calculate Income Tax Return Estimate

Calculate Income Tax Return Estimate

     As the last date (April 15) for filing tax returns approaches, you find more and more people scrambling around looking for a way to calculate income tax return. Unfortunately, this has to be done in order to file the correct taxes with the IRS.More...

 

 

Mutual Funds And Inheritance Tax Withholding

Mutual Funds And Inheritance Tax Withholding     Inheritance tax is paid at state and municipal level for assuming ownership rights to a property, asset or monies left by a decedent in his or her estate. This is usually willed by the decedent to his family, relatives or friends. This tax has to be paid before you can lay your hands on it and includes cash, bank accounts, mutual funds, stocks, bonds, real estate etc.More...

 

Commercial Real Estate Tax Deduction

Commercial Real Estate Tax Deduction

     As a commercial real estate investor, you goal must be to have more money at the end of the year. The good news is that as a commercial real estate investor, you can claim as many as 350 deductions and tax credits when filing your tax return.More...

 

 

How To File State Sales Tax ?

How To File State Sales Tax 

    Sales tax is a tax that you have to pay when you purchase any goods or services. In the US, there is no federal sales tax and each state has the rights to tax particular product or service, and the rate varies from one state to the next.More...

 

What Is Harmony Tariff Code ?

What Is Harmony Tariff Code

       Before we talk about harmony tariff code, it is first important to understand what harmony codes are. Harmony codes refer to an international goods classification system, which is used to describe goods in international trade under a single commodity coding system.More...

 

Disability Tax Exemptions

Disability Tax Exemptions 

     A healthy person would describe a disability as an inability to perform certain activities because of impairment. However, we have to realize the disability can be either mental or physical, and it is not restricted to just physical.More...

 

Why Did Caesar Augustus Do A Taxation ?

Why Did Caesar Augustus Do A Taxation

      Caesar Augustus is considered by many people in today’s world to have been one of the most brilliant tax strategists in the Roman Empire. While Caesar Augustus was ruling Rome, he ensured that the publicani were not used for collection taxes for the central government. Instead, he handed the reins over to the cities. More..

 

 

Tax Avoidance In USA

     Tax avoidance and tax evasion are quite different from each other. In tax avoidance a person uses the loopholes in the tax system to legal reduce the amount of tax that is payable. While tax evasion is illegal and a person makes no efforts to pay his taxes.More...

 

 

 

 

    
 

Rules-On-Claiming-Dependents-On-Taxes      The rules for claiming tax credit on dependents is very simple and straight forward, unlike any other tax procedure. A dependent is a child who is under the age of 19 years or under the age of 24 if he or she is a full time student. The IRS gives a tax credit of $1,000 for every child qualifies as a dependent. More..

 


 

 

 
   
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