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from The Dough Roller

2016 Federal Income Tax Brackets, Deductions, and Exemption Limits

Here is your guide to the 2016 Income Tax Brackets, Deductions, and Exemption Limits as released by the Internal Revenue Service.

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from Wrenne Financial Planning

So You're Moving to a New State...

So You're Moving to a New State. Here are some Tax tips: Everyone knows Uncle Sam – he takes his Did you know, in some cases, people can pay more in state and local income taxes than they do federal taxes? If you’re one of the many medical professionals moving to a new state this year, it is in your best interest to understand these additional income taxes before making the plunge!

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Here are some important Tax Filing Tips for Saving Money on your Taxes this year. I also have a list of Free Tax Filing Options available for Federal & State Taxes.

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In this episode of the Dollars and Sense Show host Carol Topp discusses tax breaks for homeschoolers. [display_podcast] Show Notes: There is no federal tax credit or deduction for homeschool expenses Some states do allow a deduction, usually on state income tax. Proposed in Ohio: Property tax deduction for homeschool expenses Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, […]

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from The Huffington Post

These 26 Companies Pay No Federal Income Tax

The Huffington Post contacted all 26 of the above corporations. Verizon, in particular, took issue

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from twitter.com

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Up until 1913 Americans kept all of their earnings. Despite this, we still had: schools, colleges, roads, vast railroads, streets, subways, the Army, Navy and the Marine Corps (which managed to win 8 wars). Tell me again why We the People need to be extorted by the Federal Reserve?

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"In 1952, corporate America paid 32% of all federal taxes. Today, despite record-breaking profits, they pay less than 10% and 1 out of 4 large profitable corporations pay NOTHING in federal income taxes. The wealthy and large corporations must pay their fair share of taxes. We need real tax reform." --Sen Bernie Sanders (I-Vt)

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from Zillow Porchlight

Tax Savings: Rental Property Depreciation Explained

Tax Savings: Rental Property Depreciation Explained (For those investing in rental properties)

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