Calculate Your Taxes Based On Presidential Candidate Plans

The 2016 presidential campaign is an unusual one, full of constant controversy and races that are still competitive on both sides (despite the comments of both front-runners). With the collective campaign noise, it can be difficult to sort out the candidate’s real stand on issues that affect you. Help is available, at least with respect…
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INFOGRAPHIC: The State Of Social Security

Worried about the future of Social Security? According to the latest report from the Social Security Board of Trustees, the Disability Insurance portion is predicted to run out later this year! Learn about the solvency of Social Security in our infographic below. This article was provided by our partners at moneytips.com Related Stories: Are The…
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4 Of The Most Popular Tax Credits

Tax deductions are always useful, but tax credits are even more so. Deductions only reduce your taxable income, while credits are subtracted directly from your tax bill. In the case of refundable tax credits, you may even be eligible for a refund beyond the amount of taxes that you pay. Non-refundable tax credits cannot be…
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13 Tax Deductions For The Self Employed

Working for yourself can be very fulfilling, but it requires attention to detail — especially when it comes to your taxes. The tax challenges of self-employment make it even more important that you take advantage of every bit of tax savings available to you in order to keep your business in sound financial shape. Start…
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What You Need To Know About Obamacare Tax Forms

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), you should receive new forms along with the W-2, 1099, and other tax forms that you receive from employers and financial institutions. The 1095 forms verify your health care insurance status for tax purposes. 1095-A forms debuted in 2015, but taxpayers will be receiving 1095-B or 1095-C forms…
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