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Author: John R. Dundon II

Some taxpayers may have needed to take an early distribution from their retirement plan last year. There can be a tax impact to tapping your retirement fund. Here are ten facts about early distributions. Payments you receive from your Individual Retirement Arrangement before you...

If you received Social Security benefits in 2009, you need to know whether or not these benefits are taxable. Here are facts about Social Security benefits so you can determine whether or not they are taxable to you. How much – if any – of your...

Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) attempts to ensure that anyone who benefits from certain tax advantages pays at least a minimum amount of tax. Here are seven facts about the AMT and changes to this special tax for 2009. Tax laws provide tax benefits for...

Getting ready to file your tax return? Make sure you have all your documents before you start. You should receive a Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement from each of your employers. Employers have until February 1, 2010 to send you a 2009 Form W-2...

Taxpayers who received unemployment benefits in 2009 are entitled to a special tax break when they file their 2009 federal tax returns. This tax break is part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.  Here are five important facts the Internal Revenue Service...

While most income you receive is generally considered taxable, there are some situations when certain types of income are partially taxed or not taxed at all. To ensure taxpayers are familiar with the difference between taxable and non-taxable income, the Internal Revenue Service offers these common...

If you bought a new vehicle in 2009, you may be entitled to a special tax deduction for the sales and excise taxes on your purchase. Here are eight important facts the Internal Revenue Service wants you to know about this deduction: State and local sales...

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