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Tax Carnival Ecstasy – October 23, 2012

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Welcome to the October 23, 2012 edition of Tax Carnival Ecstasy. In this edition we start with Anisha from the NerdWallet who takes a look at oil companies and the taxes they pay. Bill Smith reviews H&R Block‘s small business tax software. Anna Deguzman looks over the Fiscal Cliff and how the two presidential candidates will handle the crisis. Finally we have four easy ways to save money on your taxes that you can implement before the year ends. Hope you get a chance to read all the posts here, bookmark for later, share on the social networks like … Read more at 2008 Taxes.

Tax Refunds with H&R Block

How to get online tax refunds with H&R Block?

Nowadays there are many tax filing programs available online, but even today most of the people think twice while filing their income tax returns using these online programs.  Many taxpayers still does not trust these online tax programs and prefer doing it themselves or seek help from experts to file their returns.

TurboTax and H&R Block are 2 of the best known services that offer free online tax filing programs to the public. Both the programs offer a step by step way for completing the tax form and allow filing of … Read more at 2008 Taxes.

Lauryn Hill Fails To Fulfill Her Free Federal Tax Filing Obligations

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Lauryn Hill is charged for not filing free federal tax returns

On Thursday the U.S. attorney’s office in New Jersey publicized that the Eight-time Grammy award winner, Lauryn Hill, was charged because of her inability to file income tax returns with the IRS for several years.

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Lauryn hill’s main source of income is the royalties she gets from the recording and film industries. Between 2005 and 2007, she earned more that $1.6 million and these are the years she failed to oblige to her free federal tax filing obligations. According to the court documents, she is … Read more at 2008 Taxes.

3 Steps for Finding the Right Tax Lawyer for Your California Business

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Every year, businesses in San Diego come face to face with tax disputes from the IRS. And when it comes to taxes, there is very rarely such thing as an open-and-shut case. When your business is faced with anything from an audit to a battle with the IRS, it is essential to find a well-qualified lawyer to take on your case. Regardless of whether the case is minor or requires extensive documentation and work, having a well-versed California attorney on your side will ease the burden on your business to do extra tax law research, and let you get … Read more at 2008 Taxes.

Personal Tax Planning

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A lot of money is “lost” through taxes, and personal tax planning ensures that a person gets the most out of their finances while paying less tax. At the end of the day one will be sure of saving up quite some amount of money and hence securing their finances.  There are ways that one can plan their finances in order for them to minimize the amount of taxes that they are to pay. There are a few ways in which one can achieve this and they include the
reduction of one’s income, increasing deductions and making use of tax … Read more at 2008 Taxes.

Finding A CPA Who Knows Real Estate Tax Laws

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Finding a Certified Public Accountant, or CPA, who knows real estate tax laws is essential, whether you are a big investor or a small time homeowner. Why is it so important to seek out a qualified CPA? For starters, look at the U.S. Tax Code. This monstrosity spans millions of pages, and is a construct of the early 20th Century. Over the years it has grown and grown and grown, till the point that it is unstoppable, sort of like in that old horror movie “The Blob.” And many ordinary Americans are equally terrified of it. They are, because they … Read more at 2008 Taxes.