It’s the end of the year! To commemorate our wonderful year together, let’s go back and check out Tax Relief Center’ best of 2017. Here are the highlights for this year:
I. Best Infographic of 2017
With the Holiday spirit in the air, it may sound absurd to think about tax tips. However, if you consider tax season tips, it will give you certain advantages in the coming year when it is time to file your taxes. You can avail of depreciation costs, defer your income, accelerate tax deductions, bigger sales tax deductions, lower contribution limit for IRA plans, reimbursement of your costs for dependent care services are just a few benefits you can avail by following these tips.
II. Top Social Posts Best of 2017
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2. How Accurate is the Turbo Tax Calculator
III. Crowd Favorites from 2017
While the filing deadline of personal income taxes may not be until April, it’s still a good idea to do the math before the year ends. With just a few weeks left before December 31st, now is the time to sit down and ensure you do not miss any tax credit or deduction. These tips and tricks could help you maximize your savings on taxes before it is too late.
Not all taxpayers may know that there are several tax deductions applicable to our annual dues to the government. Surprisingly, these deductions may come from expenses we normally incur in our homes or at work. They, however, come with a set of rules on amount coverage and computation. Here are some common tax deductions you may want to consider on your next tax payment.
President Trump presented his administration’s massive tax relief plan as some kind of a Christmas gift to the United States. The tax reform was pitched during his keynote speech at the Heritage Foundation in mid-October.
This tax season, if you’re looking for a rough estimate of what you’ll pay, then you can be your own federal income tax calculator. With just a couple formulas, you can find out how much your federal income tax return will be. This article won’t make you the IRS tax calculator genius, but it will help you be more informed about your federal taxable income.
Tax Day may be months away, but it’s never too early to learn how to save taxes. You don’t have to be a tax genius. Even small things like keeping receipts and taking lunch meetings can save you a nice buck or two. So sit back and relax, we’ve got a list of 81 ways to reduce taxes.
We had a wonderful year together! We hope we helped you learn more about your taxes. Let’s continue sharing some useful tax information next year!
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