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15th February 2011

How to File and Pay Old Taxes

For middle income wage earners with assets and small business owners who want to prepare their tax return on their own, you will need to use the latest income tax filing software. Today's tax software is very sophisticated and can handle most small busine...

11th February 2011

Can a Tax Attorney Really Help When You Are In Trouble With The IRS

After you have completed the virtual interview, the software will then do a virtual audit of your return, compare it to similar returns, check for errors, and calculate your tax liability or refund. Once you have made any recommended changes and correctio...

01st September 2010

the twilight Zone World Of Joe Biden

The Vice President has always been good for a quote, or in many cases, a misquote, when it comes to explaining the reality of our world. However, many times you wonder if he and the rest of us are living in the same world and reality or we are stuck in so...

31st August 2010

Economic Amateur Hour In Washington, D.C.

A new round of bad economic news has been spewing forth this week, ranging from the poor housing market to the stagnant stock market to rising first time unemployment claims. After two years of very uneven and unpredictable economic performance, it makes ...

10th May 2010

Learn Digital Photography - Choosing the Right Camera

As you browse websites about digital cameras you will see recommendations and reasons why you should buy a particular camera. It's confusing and can be very discouraging. Why? Because, this is a new hobby and by the fact that it is new, you really don't k...

23rd December 2009

You’ve Got 15 More Days To Use The First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit

Considering it can take up to 60 days to close on a home, first-time buyers have 2 weeks at most to find a home. Buyers not under contract by October 15 have little chance of meeting the November 30 deadline and, therefore, little chance of...

22nd October 2009

Avoid Stamp Duty Tax - last two months!

By Jones in Taxes
Hurry, hurry! Only two months left to avoid stamp duty!! (unless the Government extend the tax cut offer) Back in September Gordon Brown announced that properties costing less than £175,000 will be exempt from stamp duty until the end of December 2009...

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