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TurboTax is Hiding Price Increase

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Are You Sure…You Wan’t To Use TurboTax?

TurboTax, the leading do-it-yourself tax software by Intuit, has caused an uproar with their customers claiming shady tactics of “price gouging” & “bait & switch”.  Intuit has removed popular tax forms from their Basic & Deluxe programs, forcing clients to upgrade their software by at least $30 in order to have access to the same forms that were in last year’s programs:

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What California and Kansas Can Teach Us about the Laffer Curve and Tax Theory

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The Real Laffer Curve?

Since the economic collapse that began in 2008, politicians and lawmakers all across the United States have been on the move to enact policy that will stimulate the economy and bring back jobs. Tax policy has inevitably become part of this national discussion. The Laffer Curve, an economics theory that posits that cutting taxes is beneficial for economic stimulation, has been put to the test in two real life scenarios that have played out in Kansas and California....

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Understanding Obamacare: How The Affordable Care Act Will Affect Your Taxes

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How The ACA Affects Your Taxes

Certain provisions of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) are set to take effect in 2014, some of which may have an impact on taxpayers. The PPACA, more colloquially known as “Obamacare,” is the new healthcare law that sets up either a state or government run health exchanges. Along with the change in healthcare accessibility comes a change in taxes.

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Fiscal Cliff Or Not Workers Will Feel Immediate Pinch

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Less Money In Paychecks Regardless

Much has been debated about how long it will take for taxpayers to feel the affects of going over the Fiscal Cliff.  Yes, income tax rates could go up or down or popular deductions and credits limited or eliminated all together.  While these scenarios could take months or years to feel, the average worker is most likely going see less in their weekly paycheck as soon as the calendar flips to 2013.

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IRS Plans To Increase Audits Of Small Businesses

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IRS To Increase Small Business Audits

The IRS recently announced that it plans to increase audits of small businesses in the hopes of closing a $450 Billion gap.  This announcement is interesting because it come on the heals of a recent report that most audits of small businesses turn up nothing.  The eight significant audit areas the IRS will be concentrating are:

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