Posts Tagged ‘tax’

Roth IRA Conversion.

Roth IRA Are you considering changing to Roth IRA in 2010 when there aren’t any IRS limitations? If you make a decision to do so you are required to pay earnings taxes on the amount converted. This payment now of the taxes you would routinely pay many years into the future has an important opportunity…

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Tax Tips: Phishing-Malware – February 2010

Even if you don’t give the information a scam email requests, you could still put yourself at risk by clicking on links or opening attachments. Watch this important video to find out how to handle emails that say they are from the IRS — because they are not! Duration : 0:1:10

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IRS TAX TIPS: Vehicle Tax Deduction (ASL, Captions & Audio)

WASHINGTON — On December 9, 2011 the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) issued the guidelines for 2012 including the optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating an automobile for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes. These guidelines will begin on January 1, 2012. This means that the old guidelines used in…

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Seven Financial Vows for Marital Bliss (Financial Planning)

http://www.MarottaOnMoney.com/V060 for free white papers, newsletters and more information An overwhelming number of failed marriages cite financial troubles as a major factor in their breakup. This is no surprise because the way we use our time and money reflects our values. Without a strong set of shared values, marriages drift apart. But, dealing with finances…

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Tax Deduction Tips : IRA Tax Penalties

Thinking of taking out your IRA? DONT! Learn the tax penalties of taking out your savings in this free video clip about tax deductible items. Expert: Tom Choisnet Bio: Tom Choisnet has been in self-employed tax practice for over 40 years, and he has been an enrolled agent since 1968. He has prepared over 35000…

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Tax Deduction Tips : Social Security Tax Tips

Everyone can use some tax advice. Get tips for how social security and tax laws work in this free video clip about tax deductible items. Expert: Tom Choisnet Bio: Tom Choisnet has been in self-employed tax practice for over 40 years, and he has been an enrolled agent since 1968. He has prepared over 35000…

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Personal Financial Planning Tips : How to Get Out of Debt

The best way to get out of debt is by keeping expenses lower than income and use any low interest-bearing savings account money to pay off higher interest credit cards. Avoid the pitfalls of debt with tips from a financial planner in free personal-finance video. Expert: Julie Asti, CFP Bio: Julie Asti works as a…

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