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Stop Paying Taxes on Unclaimed Expenses By Karen Y. Bryant
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The second edition of this title is far more concise and detailed, focusing on federal deductions and credits as they appear on IRS Form Schedule C. Updates have been added to ensure current,... More > accurate information in plain English, in addition to more detailed description of accounting terms and processes, and relevant footnotes. Stop Paying Taxes on Unclaimed Expenses is definitely a must read and the perfect reference material for the sole proprietor of a small business. Best of all, purchase of this book is deductible on IRS Form Schedule C - Profit or Loss from Business, Supplies.< Less
Make Your Taxes Work For You By Loraine Weatherspoon
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This book was wrote for people who has interest in purchasing a income property but don't know where or how to get started. In this short read you will learn about all the things you will need to... More > qualify you for a loan to purchase your first income property and walk you through the purchasing process to get you successfully to the closing table.< Less
DIY - Do It Yourself Credit Repair By Dr. Francene Hash
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A Do-it-Yourself Credit Repair Handbook that is easy for anyone to use. This book shows step by step how to communicate with the three bureaus and how to dispute items on the report. It includes... More > letter templates and a complete guide how to budget and annihilate your debt. Enjoy the freedom that your family can experience as you make purchases of your home car, insurance, and more by being debt free and having a high credit score. EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE THIS HANDBOOK. Credit Repair in Today's Economy shows you how to keep accurate records that are helpful at tax filing time and MUCH, MUCH, MORE!< Less
Stop Paying Taxes on Unclaimed Expenses By Karen Y. Bryant
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Never miss another business deduction again! Know which small business expenses are deductible and what credits to claim for larger tax refunds each year. Talent and skill is not enough... get... More > serious about the success of your business when you get serious about your business finances.< Less
Stop Paying Taxes On Unclaimed Expenses By Karen Y. Bryant
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Make the most of expenses incurred when operating your small business and stop paying taxes on unclaimed deductions. Know which expenses, deductions, and credits to claim when filing your taxes each... More > year for the largest refund possible. Infuse your business with the cash needed for operations and growth at tax time with the help of this small business guide to deductions - a must have for every new small business owner!< Less
Trump Tax 2018: Understanding the Changes By Dale Michelson
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The new tax laws passed by President Trump is an act that was originally before Congress and was referred to as Tax Cuts and Job Acts of 2017. It was a plan to amend the IRS code of 1986 which spoke... More > to tax reform that was mainly pushed forward by the Republicans and by extension the Trump Administration. The act contained reduction on tax rate for -s and businesses and saw some simplifying of the personal tax deductions by adjusting some credits and exemptions that can be claimed. This book will cover some of the areas of the Tax act that has been put forward by the Trump Administration and its overall implications on the everyday American citizens.< Less
IRC §42: Low-Income Housing Credit By U.S. Internal Revenue Service
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The IRC §42 Low Income Housing CredThe IRC §42 Low Income Housing Credit Program was enacted by Congress as part of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 to encourage new construction and... More > rehabilitation of existing buildings as low-income rental housing for households with income at or below specified income levels. Congress recognized that a private sector developer may not receive enough rental income from a low-income housing project to cover the costs of development and still provide a return to investors sufficient to attract the needed equity investment. The IRC §42 program provides tax incentives for investors to make equity investments. In exchange for equity, investors receive tax credits and other tax benefits associated with ownership of the project to offset federal income taxes for a ten year period. These tax benefits, plus the possibility of cash proceeds from the eventual sale of the project, represent the investors' return on investment.< Less
The Affordable Care Act: The Implications for Your Tax Returns By Milton Boothe
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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, commonly called the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and also known as “Obamacare,” is a new US law aimed at reforming the American health care... More > system. For those who are not covered by an employer-covered plan for the entire year, this could mean some significant changes to your tax returns for 2014 and going forward. The main object of this publication, then, is to take a detailed look into the filing requirements of the individual, and how the ACA will impact on the Federal tax return of some individuals, and in particular, those who are not covered by an employer-covered plan for the entire year, and who have purchased, or will have to purchase coverage through the Marketplace, in order a avoid a penalty.< Less
The “People Power” Money Superbook: Book 12. Canadian Money Guide (Banks, Credit, Financial Services, Stocks, Bonds, Funds, Savings Bonds, Insurance, Taxes, Cars) By Tony Kelbrat
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This is a resource book to help Canadians with knowledge and contact information about all matters of money from opening a bank account to buying a car. Real estate is pretty indepth. I left that... More > section in the real estate book but this book still has almost 20 chapters of knowledge. If you want more, go to #332 of your local library and see the latest money books. For taxes, go to #344-346. Money is a boring subject but unfortunately it is the most important thing in most people’s lives, especially if you don’t have a lot of it which is why wise people educate themselves about it. Try #917 at the library for Canadian geography and #971.0025 or AY414 for Canadian reference and history. Books about Canadian jobs are at #331.124 or HF5382.75 at the library. A reference book about Canadian reference materials may be at #028.709, #31 or Z669.7 at the library. Many reference books include both the United States and Canada.< Less
Tax Guide 2018 - For Individuals (Publication 17). For use in preparing 2018 Returns By U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
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Most tax rates have been reduced. The 2018 tax rates are 10%, 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35%, and 37%. Standard deduction amount increased. For 2018, the standard deduction amount has been increased for all... More > filers. The amounts are: • Single or Married filing separately—$ 12,000. • Married filing jointly or Qualifying widow(er)—$24,000. • Head of household—$18,000. See chapter 21. Personal exemption suspended. For 2018, you can’t claim a personal exemption for yourself, your spouse, or your dependents. See chapter 3. Increased child tax credit and additional child tax credit. For 2018, the maximum child tax credit has increased to $2,000 per qualifying child, of which $1,400 can be claimed for the additional child tax credit. In addition, the modified adjusted gross income threshold at which the credit begins to phase out has increased to $200,000 ($400,000 if married filing jointly). See chapter 33.< Less

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