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The American Opportunity Tax Credit (AOTC)

Offset the Costs of Higher Education By Reducing Your Income TaxThe American Opportunity Tax Credit (AOTC) was originally introduced for tax years 2009 and 2010…


Married Filing Jointly

Tax Considerations for Newly Married Couples you’re getting married, taxes are probably the last thing you want to think about. However, it is still important…


How Are Social Security Benefits Taxed?

Do You Have to Pay Taxes on Your Social Security Income?One thing that many new retirees forget is that they may need to pay taxes…


Gift Tax

Which Gifts Are Taxable & What Can Be Excluded Have you given or received a large gift? Do you know what the tax consequences are?…


Tax Benefits for U.S. Military Personnel

Members of the U.S. Military Can Enjoy Certain Tax BreaksMembers of the U.S. Armed Forces, particularly those deployed in combat zones, are faced with unique…


Reporting Gambling Income and Losses to the IRS

The Tax Consequences of Being a Casual GamblerGambling — whether it’s at the racetracks, the casino, or the lottery — is a source of entertainment…


The Differences Between Taxable And Non-Taxable Income

Learn the Differences Between Taxable and Non-Taxable IncomeAs many are still recovering from the Great Recession, the idea of having income (or even excess income)…


What Is A W-4

The purpose of Tax Form W-4 is simple as it is used by your employer to withhold the proper amount of federal income tax from…