6 Top Tax Benefits Of Home Ownership

Your home is your castle, and it is also a source of tax deductions. Yet, every year, Americans let these potential tax deductions pass by, not realizing how to take advantage of them. IRS Publication 530, titled “Tax Information for Homeowners“, can fill you in on the deductions that are available to you for the…
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Student Loans, What You Need To Know About REPAYE

Several government-backed income-based payment plans are available to ease the monthly payment burden of those struggling to pay off Federal Student Loans, including Income-Contingent Repayment (ICR), Income-Based Repayment (IBR), and Pay As You Earn (PAYE). To broaden the options for borrowers, a new version of the PAYE program has been added to the mix. REPAYE,…
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7 Tips To Save At The Dentist

Dental care is important to your overall health as well as your smile. Failure to take care of your teeth and visit a dentist regularly can lead to gum disease and allow bacteria an efficient path into your bloodstream, potentially contributing to the risk of heart attacks, strokes, and diabetes. Unfortunately, too many Americans are…
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Have A Question For The IRS? Try This Tip

AVERAGE WAIT TIMES UP TO 23 MINUTES Last year was a rough year for customer service at the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS subjected 8.8 million taxpayers to “Courtesy disconnects” through the 2014 tax-filing season that ended in mid-2015. “Courtesy disconnects” are a euphemism for hanging up on taxpayers after a prolonged hold time. In…
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Earned Income Tax Credit – Do You Qualify?

The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a program designed to provide tax relief for American workers with low-paying jobs. Could you qualify for this tax credit? If you have a relatively low income, take some time to find out. Earned Income Tax Credit Qualification Some eligible taxpayers miss out on EITC savings because they…
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