irs: Don't Leave Tax Credits On The Table, How To Get Them Back If You Already Filed - 04/08/10 05:30 AM
Don't Leave Tax Credits On The Table (And How To Get Them Back If You Already Filed)
Taxes are due April 15 and if you're among the millions of Americans who wait until the last week to file, here's a video interview that could help you reduce your federal tax liability. 
Originally broadcast by NBC's The Today Show, the 4-minute piece reviews various tax credits and deductions, plus some recent tax law changes.  A few of the topics covered include:
Tax filers receiving larger "personal exemptions" in 2009 versus 2008 Unemployment income recipients being required pay taxes beyond the first … (0 comments)

irs: The Average Household Will Get $2,800 In Tax Refunds. Will You? - 03/25/10 05:02 AM
The Average Household Will Get $2,800 In Tax Refunds. Will You?
 
April 15 is Tax Day and the IRS estimates that the average U.S. household will receive a $2,800 tax refund this year.  If you're among the Americans expecting a refund, this 4-minute piece from NBC's The Today Show may be helpful. It's a talk about how to receive a refund and what to do with it.
Some of the key points discussed include:
Why state-issued tax refunds may be delayed this year How wage-earning people can claim their "Making Work Pay" tax credit of up to $800 How to … (0 comments)

irs: Only 7 Weeks Remain to Find A Home and Claim Up To $8000 In Tax Credits - 03/09/10 01:58 AM
7 Weeks Remain To Find A Home, Claim Up To $8,000 In Tax Credits  
In November, Congress extended and expanded the First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit program to include a subset of "move-up" buyers -- homeowners that have owned and lived in their home for 5 of the last 8 years.
The credit ranges up to $8,000 per buyer. There's now just 7 weeks left to take advantage.
To be eligible, home buyers must be under contract for a new home no later than April 30, 2010, and must be closed no later than June 30, 2010.
In addition to meeting … (0 comments)

irs: 100 Days To Claim Homebuyer Tax Credit - 01/20/10 06:41 AM
There's 100 Days Left To Claim The Homebuyer Tax Credit November 6, 2009, Congress voted to extend and expand the First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit program.  There's 100 days left to claim it.
The expiration date of the up-to-$8,000 tax credit has been pushed forward to spring, requiring homebuyers to be under contract for a home no later than April 30, 2010, and to be closed no later than June 30, 2010.
In addition, "move-up" buyers were also added to the program's eligibility list meaning you don't have to be a first-time home buyer to be eligible for the tax credit.  If … (0 comments)

 
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