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Being Married and Filing Taxes Which Filing Status is Best

Being Married and Filing Taxes: Which Filing Status is Best?

If you are still married on December 31, 2019, you may file MFJ (married filing jointly) or MFS (married filing separately). It’s best to calculate your taxes both ways to determine which way yields the best tax advantage; it may make sense to you to file separate tax returns, but it’s usually not advisable due …

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2020 Tax Deadlines for the 2019 Tax Year What to Do if Filing Late

2020 Tax Deadlines for the 2019 Tax Year: What to Do if Filing Late

Will you be missing tax filing deadlines? All tax deadlines for the tax year 2019 are listed here. This article will guide you in the right direction if you find that you will be filing your taxes late this year. The simple steps presented here will help you get back in good standing with the …

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Taxable vs Non-Taxable Income Cash Spread

Taxable & Non-Taxable Income: What’s the Difference

The recent Tax Cuts and Jobs Act saw the corporate income tax rate declining from 35% to 21%. Taxation of income has significant benefits on the American economy. However, it is essential to note that not all income is taxable. Income can be in the form of services, property, or money. The IRS has outlined …

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7 Things the IRS Doesn't Want You To Know cover

7 THINGS THE IRS DOESN'T WANT YOU TO KNOW

Download our guide to ensure you know everything you need to and are prepared to deal with the IRS.