Monthly Archives: May 2017

House Stand Off on Tax Debt Deductions and Government Deficit Management

The stand off between the Republicans and Democrats on how to handle the issue of the raising government deficit continues to rock Congress. In a recent proposal by President Obama, the Democrats seem determined to have a lot of the … Continue reading

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Six Types of Deductible Continuing Education

In this article we would like to talk about continuing your education as a business professional. There are many things you can do to learn more about your trade, and many of them are also tax deductible, so they can … Continue reading

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Tax Rebates Simplified – Get Money Back From New & Renewed Tax Deductions This Year

Itemized Deductions remain virtually unchanged such as mortgage interest, state & local taxes, medical costs etc. Standard Deductions however have increased with their allowable deduction amounts. Listed below are the Standard & Increased amounts for 2008: o Standard deduction is … Continue reading

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