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Tax Tips & News: tax credits

Overlooked Tax Deductions

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When you plan to come in to do your taxes make sure to bring all of your information and mention any purchases or payments made throughout the tax year that may help you save money on your income taxes.  Some of the items to remember are:

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Going Green Can Save You Money On Energy Bills and Taxes

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Over the past several years that the residential energy credits have existed there have been significant changes.  For starters the credit was eliminated for residential purposes other than solar for tax year 2008.  However the credit came back in 2009 through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act that extended it’s use into tax year 2010 as well.

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Are you Eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit?

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With the unemployment rate soaring, more taxpayers than ever will qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit.  The Earned Income Tax Credit also known as EITC, is a refundable tax credit that was created to assist low to moderate income individuals and families.  This year the EITC can mean up to $5,666 for some families, and that is only the federal credit.  For those who live in New York there is an additional credit on the NYS income tax return as well.  Take a look at the Federal income...

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First-Time Homebuyers Credit and how it may affect your current tax return.

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The First-Time Homebuyers Credit was a government initiative meant to increase the sale of homes in the United States.  The credit has been offered for tax years 2008, 2009, and 2010.  However there are some fundamental differences from year to year which may affect your current tax filing.

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