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(1) Wearing apparel and school books - Such items of wearing apparel and such school books as are necessary for the taxpayer or for members of his family; (2) Fuel, provisions, furniture, and personal effects - So much of the fuel, provisions, furniture, and personal...

School’s out and many students now have a summer job. Some students may not realize they have to pay taxes on their summer income. Here are the six things the IRS wants everyone to know about income earned while working a summer job. All employees...

Did you know that your summer day care expenses may qualify for an income tax credit? Many parents who work or are looking for work must arrange for care of their children under 13 years of age during the school vacation. Those expenses may help...

Starting July 1, 2010, many businesses offering tanning services must collect a 10 percent excise tax on the tanning services they provide. This excise tax requirement is part of the Affordable Care Act that was enacted in March 2010. Here are nine tips...

Shareholder Timothy McCloskey was assessed a trust fund penalty due to an unfortunate problem he had with his trusted bookkeeper and chief financial officer, Kathleen Lawson. On September 1, 2004, Kathleen left Timothy an apologetic letter of resignation. Upon reading it, Timothy knew that she...

Updated June 2021 A question I received recently was whether a Club Car Carryall Villager LSV Crown CR-225, which looks like a fancy golf cart, qualifies for the electric vehicle tax credit if it has a windshield and roof. The taxpayers who asked me this question...

If you’re like most writers, you’re probably beside yourself wondering what you can deduct against your writing income when it comes to taxes. What does the Internal Revenue Service allow? What deductions send up a red flag? Will you be audited? And the big one: How much will you...

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