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2011 Tax Changes: Facts, Opportunities And Lessons

Amid widespread concern about 2011 tax increases, Congress surprised taxpayers in late December by actually reducing taxes for the next two years. What should a prudent person do now, and what can we learn from the evolving tax legislation? While … Continue reading

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The 10 Minute Income Tax Tune-Up

Are You Needlessly Over-paying Your Income Taxes? The “Ten Minute Income Tax Tune-Up” Income Taxes (hereafter IT) generally are the largest single bill in your life. They are a BIG annual and non-amortizing expense. Income taxes comprise 30%-40% of your … Continue reading

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Tax Reform’s Points of Reference

The suggested ways in modern times to balance concerns with efficiency, equity and administrative simplicity and reliability referring to tax systems have evolved considerably. Remarkably, the system of voluntary compliance yields not a very high percentage of tax revenue liabilities … Continue reading

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Increasing The After Tax Income Of Your Early Education Increasing The After Tax Income Of Your Early Education Company

Most US tax payers overpay their taxes. The 2015 IRS tax code has 74,608 pages, and it is constantly changing. You should always pay your tax bill. You should never pay a bill that isn’t yours to pay. Here’s how … Continue reading

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Tax and Financial Strategy for Canadians – Donate, Recover Your Taxed Income and Invest

An early start in your tax and financial planning will Canadian taxpayers to save money that later serves to invest wisely. Learning about tax credit opportunities in the beginning of the year as part of your financial planning can make … Continue reading

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