General Tax Rules for Roth IRAs and other Investment Accounts

Learn about the various IRS Tax Rules for a Roth IRA, a Traditional IRA, and other retirement investment accounts.

Do Your Property Tax Research Before You Buy A Home

Property tax questions should always be answered before you commit to buying a new home. Here are some things to keep in mind when doing property tax research.

IRS 2010 First Time Home Buying Tax Credit Tips and Guidelines

The Worker, Homeownership and Business Assistance Act Of 2009 extends the First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit set into motion by President Bush and President Obama – The IRS Spells out their Tax Tips regarding the TAX Credit for 2010.

Home Tax Write Offs – Tax Deduction Ideas For Every Homeowner

Homes Tax Write Offs – Get Ideas For Tax Deductions For Owning A Home. Home Ownership Can Provide Many Tax Write Offs – Always Consult With A Tax Professional.

File Late Tax Return To Get Unclaimed Tax Refunds – IRS Tax Help Tip

File a late tax return to claim share of billions of dollars in unclaimed tax refunds from IRS. Each year 1000’s of U.S. taxpayers are eligible for a tax refund claim. Many people do not file a tax return because they think they are not eligible for a tax refund. Do not make this mistake – there could be money for you from the IRS.

Tax Deductions That Are Not Tax Deductions – Do Not Make These Mistakes

Do not make the mistake on your personal or small business tax return of deducting non deductible expenses. Claiming non deductible expenses on your tax return could cost you money and time and hassle with paying back taxes and IRS audits.

Small Business Owner Tax Deduction Tips

Small business owners have tax deductions associated with running your own business. Learn more about what tax write offs are available to you to improve your IRS Business Tax Return.

Want A Larger Tax Refund – Consider These Tax Deduction Tips

Get a larger tax refund with these tax deduction tips. Use these tax write off tips to get a better refund and then save the money you get on your tax return to pay debt, invest, or replenish your emergency fund.

Taxes After Foreclosure – Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act of 2007

According to the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act of 2007, Homeowners who lose their homes to a foreclosure will not have to pay taxes on their forgiven mortgage debt. This provision is in effect until at least the end of 2009.

Home Ownership And Taxes – Two More Myths Explained

Two Myths associated with home ownership and taxes explained. Selling your home for a loss and putting your kids on title for your home are further examined.

Home Ownership And Taxes – Two Myths To Avoid

Home ownership and taxes and their relationship together need to be understood by every first time home buyer. Not all expenses associated with a home are tax deductible.

Filing For An Extension On Your Federal Income Tax Is Easy With Form 4868

Tax day, or April 15th will be here before we know it. Need extra time, file an extension now. Find out more about the process in this article.

Tax Season Again – 7 Tips to Avoid Mistakes and Save You Time

After the New Year, we in the US, turn our heads to the tax season. Do not make mistakes, they could cost you a lot of money and time. Accountants, CPA’s, tax preparers, and every taxpayer are all busy to either file their taxes on time or to file an extension. Follow these tips to keeping out of trouble.

Past Due IRS Taxes – Offer In Compromise

Find out about an Internal Revenue Service Offer In Compromise. Great program, but few get approved. Make sure you have a very strong case before you pay someone to help you.

Tax Write Off Ideas for Saving Money To Get Out of Debt, Save For A Down Payment

List of possible personal tax write offs for your 2010 US Annual IRS tax return. Consult with your tax adviser about your tax deductions to determine your 2010 personal tax return. Use the savings for getting out of debt, a down payment on a house.

The Lowdown on Capital Gains Taxes

It is easy to see what is so attractive about “timing” the stock market —
buying stocks, bonds, or funds after an atypically awful week on Wall Street,
then turning them around a few weeks later when the inevitable rebound takes
place. The market has its somewhat predictable ups and downs, and anyone with
half a brain knows when it’s been taking a beating, right? A tricky little item
that many young and first-time investors have no idea about, though, is the
pitfall of capita …