Archive | Year 2010

Tax Resolution Services

Tax Resolution Services – How To Choose The Right Representation For Your Tax Relief If You’re Looking For Good Tax Resolution Services, Look No Further. Many companies claim to be able to help people with tax problems. These companies do not have the professional licenses and experience necessary to deal with the IRS. Tax Resolutions […]

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Tax Changes 2010 Killer Information

Tax Changes 2010 – Business And Personal The 2010 tax laws barely changed in comparison with the tax provisions enacted trough The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.For 2010, small business owners can claim nearly half of the tax deduction they could claim in 2009. The deduction allowed for small business owners is equal […]

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Contributions To IRA Or Roth

Contributions To IRA – Changes In 2010 For 2010, the contribution limit remains the same as the contribution limit allowed in 2009.For married taxpayers who file a joint return, the limit of their maximum amount of adjusted gross income is $167,000, up to $1,000 more from the previous year.However, the limit of the maximum amount […]

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Estate Tax Exemption -Killer IRS Tax Information

The estate tax exemption was repealed at the end of 2009. That means, the federal estate tax exemption has been eliminated for those individuals who inherited property in 2010.The Congress may decide to reinstate the estate tax exemption in 2011. The amount of estate tax exemption is estimated at $1 million of your estate taxes. […]

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2010 Foreign Earned Income Tax Exclusion

2010 Foreign Earned Income Tax Exclusion – Qualifications And Explanations If you are a U.S. citizen or a resident alien who works and earns income abroad, you may qualify for a the 2010 foreign earned income tax exclusion on up to $91,500 of your income. The maximum amount of foreign earned income exclusion increased from […]

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2010 Sales Tax Deductions For A New Car

2010 Sales Tax Deductions For A New Car – Qualifications And Eligibility You may be able to claim the 2010 sales tax deductions for a new car purchased after February 16, 2010 and before January 1, 2011.You are eligible for this tax deduction even if you do not choose to itemize your deductions. When filing […]

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