Child Tax Archives - John R. Dundon II, Enrolled Agent
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Child Tax

Wading through the convolution required to identify specifically who qualifies as a relative for income tax reporting purposes oftentimes can be difficult, not because the actual tax code is difficult to understand in these regards or even subject to much interpretation.  No, it is difficult...

With my family snugly content midst a long holiday season I felt compelled to pen some thoughts regarding the ubiquitous US Tax Code and all its myriad of seemingly scary changes looming around the proverbial corner. This post lists 10 tax matters to be aware...

The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 makes permanent many otherwise expiring tax provisions. The following is my summary of what I believe to be relevant provisions: Ordinary income above a certain threshold is taxed at a higher rate. The thresholds are: taxable income of $400,000...

Generally the five tax benefits of having children are the: dependency exemption, child tax credit, earned income credit (EIC), child and dependent care credit and head of household filing status. These benefits can be split only when the parents are separated under a divorce or separation...

According to IRS Publication 970, Tax Benefits for Education, questions exist to help determine if education expenses are tax deductible. These questions include: Is the expense associated with the education 'work related'? It must be to be deductible. Is the education in question required by...

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