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Your Tax Support Request Order Taxpert Service   Details

Your Tax Support Request Order Taxpert Service   Details Top Tax Questions/Answers: 1. Where is my IRS Tax Refund or State Tax Refund? 2. How do I find my 2017 AGI, required for the 2018 Tax Return? 3. How do I find my Username/Password? 4. How do I print a copy of my 2017 Tax …

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Taxes on Ordinary and Qualified Dividends

Taxes on Ordinary and Qualified Dividends Not sure how to handle your dividend information on your tax return? Let efile.com help once you answer a few simple questions, we will select the correct form(s) for you and assist you with filling them out.  Read on for more information on the different types of dividends.  The most common …

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Capital Gains Tax and Capital Loss Deductions

Capital Gains Tax and Capital Loss Deductions You hear the phrase capital gains a lot when people talk about selling a home, or selling stocks, or other investments – so what is it?  When you sell a piece of property or stocks and bonds, and you make a profit from the sale, the profit income that …

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What Is the Alternative Minimum Tax or AMT?

What Is the Alternative Minimum Tax or AMT? The Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) gives an alternative set of rules to calculate your taxable income. These rules determine the minimum amount of income tax that a person at a certain income level should be required to pay. If your regular tax liability falls below the AMT amount, you …

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Self-Employed, Independent Contractor Return

Self-Employed, Independent Contractor Return Regardless of your W-2 income or your filing status, if you earned a net income of $400 or more from self-employment during the year, then you are required to file a tax return. Net self-employment income is your income after deducting allowable expenses. See the tax filing requirements. As a self-employed …

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Student Education Tax Credits

Student Education Tax Credits There are two major education tax credits available to students to help offset the costs of higher education: The American Opportunity Credit and the Lifetime Learning Credit. Tax credits are frequently more valuable than tax deductions because credits reduce your tax bill dollar-for-dollar, while deductions only reduce your taxable income. Of …