Decreased Estimated Tax Payments for Qualified Individuals With Small Businesses
For 2009, qualified individuals with small businesses may be eligible to make smaller estimated tax payments. If you qualify, yourRead more.
Earned Income Credit – 2009 Changes
The following paragraphs explain the changes to the credit for 2009. Amount of credit increased. The maximum amount of theRead more.
Child-Related Tax Changes
Adoption Benefits Increased For 2009, the maximum adoption credit has increased to $12,150. Also, the maximum exclusion from income forRead more.
Economic Recovery Payment
Any economic recovery payment you receive during 2009 is not taxable. These $250 payments are being made to most peopleRead more.
Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) – 2009 Changes
The following changes to the AMT went into effect for 2009: AMT exemption amount increased. The AMT exemption amount hasRead more.
Deduction for Credit or Debit Card Convenience Fees
If you pay your income tax (including estimated tax payments) by credit or debit card, you can deduct the convenienceRead more.
What is an Offer in Compromise?
What You Must Know Before You File an Offer in Compromise Do You Qualify for an Offer in Compromise? HowRead more.
Deduction for Sales and Excise Taxes Imposed on Purchase of New Motor Vehicles
In 2009, you can deduct the state or local sales and excise taxes imposed on the purchase of a qualifiedRead more.
Manufacturing Tax Tips
Fringe Benefits – Manufacturing Tax Tips What is a fringe benefit and how does it affect my taxes? Inventory –Read more.
Check Withholding to Avoid a Tax Surprise
With 2009 nearly half over, the Internal Revenue Service reminds individual taxpayers there is no better time to check theirRead more.
Forming a Partnership
The following sections contain general information about partnerships. Organizations Classified as Partnerships An unincorporated organization with two or more membersRead more.
Estimated tax is the method used to pay tax on income that is not subject to withholding. This includes incomeRead more.
Seven Facts about the New Sales Tax Deduction for Vehicle Purchases
Taxpayers who buy a new car or several other types of motor vehicles this year may be entitled to aRead more.
What Tax Records to Keep
You probably already keep records in your daily routine. This includes keeping receipts for purchases and recording information in yourRead more.