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Earned Income Tax Credit 2013 “EIC” is one of the most popular tax credits if you have children. So, what is earned income credit? The government will actually give you money for supporting your children. For example if you have 3 children and filing as Head of Household and earned $14,300.00 last year the government will give you an additional $6,044! Like all tax laws there are certain requirements. So, here are the earned income credit guidelines. […]
December is almost over, and that means tax time is shortly arriving! While everyone is running around doing their last minute Christmas shopping, people are also making charitable contributions left and right. Did you know that some 40 percent of all individual charitable donations are made in December? The American charitable sector is the largest in the world, with Americans contributing more than $300 billion per year in money plus $260 billion in volunteer time to many charities. […]
The U.S. Treasury Department and the IRS issued new regulations as a direct result of the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding same-sex couples. Under the ruling any same-sex marriage legally entered into in one of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, or a U.S. territory that recognizes same-sex marriage will be treated as married for all federal taxpurposes. This includes: […]
1040Return.com has changed its pricing structure to provide Tax Returns for a flat fee of $4.95. Individuals can file their 1040EZ, 1040A, and 1040 Federal Tax Return for $4.95 including Free efile and Free printing. The reason of the price change is to compete against the IRS Free File Site. However, there are limitations to the IRS Fee File Site. There are restrictions based your Adjusted Gross Income, the number of tax forms available, and not all companies support all of the States. […]
About 6 million of the 7 million people expected to buy health coverage on the new insurance marketplaces next year will be low- and middle-income consumers who’ll receive federal subsidies, or “tax credits,” that will drastically cut their costs, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. And they won’t have to wait to file their income taxes to get the money. When the marketplace open enrollment period under the new health care law begins on Oct. 1, the tax credits will be ready and waiting for eligible citizens and legal residents who earn between 100 percent and 400 percent of the federal poverty level. […]