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Tax Tips & News: credits

Does The Tax Code Favor The Rich?

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New taxes in 2014 brought in an additional $23 Billion from the wealthy, but the tax code still heavily favors the 1%

Where the federal government is concerned, taxing the public is pretty much equivalent to federal spending. Don’t get lost in the legal language associated with taxing—tax credits, tax deductions, exemptions, and exclusions are colorful words that describe adding money to bank accounts, not subtracting money from them.

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Tax Breaks for Going Green

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How To Save Money “Going Green”

Going green isn’t just the next big thing—it’s the wave of the future. There is abundant information available about ways in which you can reduce your carbon footprint, save money and feel better about your role in the stewardship of this planet. Both federal and many state governments recognize the importance of energy savings and conservation and have provided tax breaks and incentives to businesses and individuals to encourage energy efficiency and going...

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Tax Tips for Homeowners

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Important Tax Tips For Homeowners

There are tax breaks that come along with owning your home. These breaks may serve as an incentive for the purchase of homes within certain targeted areas of the country or may make up for any losses a homeowner might face when selling his or her home. As a homeowner it is important to understand what tax breaks are available to you in order for you to take advantage of them and help your tax situation.

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Is Your Small Business Taking Advantage of Tax Deductions?

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Is Your Business Taking Advantage of Credits & Deductions?

As a small business owner, this is the time of the year to begin thinking about the tax filing deadline. According to a study commissioned by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), small businesses in the United States pay an effective federal tax rate of 19.8%. Sole proprietors pay the smallest effective rate of 13.3% while partnerships and Subchapter S Corporations classified as small businesses pay an effective rate of...

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IRS: Can’t Claim Education Credits Until Mid-February

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Please read the following brief from the IRS.  Form 8863 (education credits) will not be accepted by the IRS until Mid-February.  An exact date has not yet been offered.  Any return that is Electronically filed with Form 8863 before the acceptance date will be rejected.  Any return that is mailed to the IRS will not be processed until education credits have been approved.  If you would like more information, please contact an R&G Brenner professional toll free (888) APRIL-15, or by clicking...

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Tips For Taxpayers With Foreign Income

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Foreign Income Is Taxable

The Internal Revenue Service is reminding U.S. citizens and resident aliens, including those with dual citizenship who have lived or worked abroad during all or part of 2011, that they may have a U.S. tax liability and a filing requirement in 2012.

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