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How Will You Spend Your Tax Refund?   
Carl LaFresnaye

Taxes – everybody hates them. The government takes from your paycheck every week

It can be frustrating to see how much they get right off the top. Some of that you’ll never see again, but your federal and state taxes might be refunded to you (or at least a portion of them) if you’ve had more than you should have taken out. If you’re one of the lucky ones who gets a refund after you file your taxes, you get to decide how to spend the money! Isn’t that great?

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Let Bush Tax Cuts End, Economists Say (Fox News)
NABE economist said Congress should let the Bush tax cuts expire.

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First Things First

Some people like getting a tax refund – it feels like a freebie when the government gives you a check. But people often forget that the money the government is sending you is your own money, which they’ve borrowed for the year, interest free. Many people prefer to have their money in their own bank account to spend as they want all year, not tied up with the government, making them interest. If you got a lot of money back, consider adjusting your withholdings for next year. You might want to set a bit aside in case you guessed too low and end up owing a bit of tax. Consult a tax advisor for more information on figuring out how much you should have withheld during this next year.

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NY Governor Rejects Reimposing Stock Transfer Tax (Reuters Via Yahoo! News)
New York state should not reimpose a stock transfer tax as this would make Wall Street firms move to other cities such as New Jersey's Newark, or other states like Connecticut, Governor David Paterson...
Rally To Push For Hike To Georgia Cigarette Tax (AP Via Yahoo! Finance)
Anti-smoking advocates say they know a way to help fill Georgia's $1 billion budget shortfall: hike the tax on cigarettes by $1.

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Got Bills?

In this tough economy, most of us have bills that we’re struggling to pay. Maybe they are credit cards that have gotten out of hand, or maybe they are just ordinary utility bills that we’ve gotten an extension to pay, waiting for our tax refund to show up to help us cover our obligations. For many of us, this is where our tax refund goes.

Want Toys?

If you don’t want – or need – to spend your tax refund on bills, or you – luckily – don’t even have any needing your attention, maybe you will spend your tax refund on something you’ve been wanting. Maybe you dream of a vacation, or a new piece of furniture for the living room. Perhaps your tax refund is smaller, and instead of going to Hawaii you’ll get to buy a new Hawaiian shirt. Or maybe you and your significant other can go to the movies.

Savings Time?

Some smart souls have their future in mind, and when they get a tax refund they tuck it immediately into some form of savings. Maybe it will be into their savings account at the bank, or maybe they’ll buy a savings bond or add it to their 401K account.

What Other Authors say about Taxes

All About Late Filing Of Federal Taxes by Carl LaFresnaye

The IRS allows for late filing of federal taxes provided the appropriate paperwork is filled out (there's always paperwork!). This simple guide shows you how to go about it. Forms for Late Filing of...

Small Business Tax Credit - Americans with Disabilities Act by Richard A. Chapo

Many small businesses complain when confronted with the expense of complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Most do not realize that there are a number of tax incentives available to offset...

Tax Magic: How To Turn Taxable Income Into Tax-Free Income by Wayne M. Davies

Believe it or not, there are ways to convert taxable incomeinto non-taxable income, without any fear of an IRS audit.Here's one of my favorites. It's been part of ourtax code for over 30 years, yet many...

Taxes and Bankruptcy: The Nuts and Bolts by Richard K. Gustafson, II

Taxes and Bankruptcy: The Nuts and BoltsThe filing and subsequent discharge of either a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy may eliminate some types of personal income tax liability. There are, however,...

Most Frequently Asked Paye Questions And Answers by Terry Cartwright

<p>What is an income tax code?<p>An income tax code is a reference number which may also include letters or be entirely letters which determines the amount of gross pay which is free of income...

A Partial List Of Tax Deductibles by Carl LaFresnaye

The list of tax deductibles allowed by the IRS is so long and complicated that nobody seems to know exactly how many there are. Even Jeff A Schnepper's book How To Pay Zero Taxes, which is actually subtitled...

Filing An Income Tax Return by Gray Rollins

When the month of April rolls around most of America is preparing their income tax returns. Each year all individuals who made an income are required to report that income to federal and state governments...

Delinquent Taxes - What Happens if I Don't Pay the IRS? by Neil Lemons

Depending on how much time has past, an individual will see hundreds; even of thousands of dollars owed in back taxes that were not originally assessed when first receiving a letter from IRS. Similar to...

Panama: The Benefits of this Jurisdiction for your IBC by Richard Price

Why use the jurisdiction of Panama for your IBC? Does 'no income tax', 'no capital gains tax' and 'no estate tax' capture your attention? If so, read on…Panama constitution provides the highest levels...

Fraudulent Tax Shelters - KMPG Goes Down Hard by Richard A. Chapo

In the largest criminal tax case ever filed, KMPG has copped a plea to using fraudulent tax shelters to bilk the government out of 2.5 billion dollars. KMPG has agreed to pay a fine of $456 million dollars,...

Preparing Ahead For A Pleasant Tax Day by Carl LaFresnaye

How did you spend your last tax day? In line at a post office at almost midnight, dropping off your taxes? Dreading going on an extension again – knowing if you owe and don't pay it on time, there will...

Finding Out How Much Money Do You Have To Make To File Taxes? by Carl LaFresnaye

There are many people who wonder if they really have to file taxes since they do not make very much money. Since taxes are so dreaded by most people, answering the question of how much money a person...

Quick Facts on Disability Insurance by Tony Novak

Quick Facts About Disability Insurance§The sole purpose of individual disability insurance is to replace your after-tax income in the event of an accident or illness. These policies do not provide protection...

Top 7 Ways to Reduce Income Taxes by Kristine McKinley

Are you paying too much in income taxes? Are you getting all the credits and deductions you are entitled to? Here are 7 tips to help you minimize taxes and keep more in your pocket:1. Participate in company...

Social Security Tax by Hans Hasselfors

You should be able to find several indispensable facts about social security tax in the following paragraphs. If there's at least one fact you didn't know before, imagine the difference it might make....


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Index of Articles about Taxes

What Other Authors say about Taxes

All About Late Filing Of Federal Taxes by Carl LaFresnaye

The IRS allows for late filing of federal taxes provided the appropriate paperwork is filled out (there's always paperwork!). This simple guide shows you how to go about it. Forms for Late Filing of...

Small Business Tax Credit - Americans with Disabilities Act by Richard A. Chapo

Many small businesses complain when confronted with the expense of complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Most do not realize that there are a number of tax incentives available to offset...

Tax Magic: How To Turn Taxable Income Into Tax-Free Income by Wayne M. Davies

Believe it or not, there are ways to convert taxable incomeinto non-taxable income, without any fear of an IRS audit.Here's one of my favorites. It's been part of ourtax code for over 30 years, yet many...

Taxes and Bankruptcy: The Nuts and Bolts by Richard K. Gustafson, II

Taxes and Bankruptcy: The Nuts and BoltsThe filing and subsequent discharge of either a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 bankruptcy may eliminate some types of personal income tax liability. There are, however,...

Most Frequently Asked Paye Questions And Answers by Terry Cartwright

<p>What is an income tax code?<p>An income tax code is a reference number which may also include letters or be entirely letters which determines the amount of gross pay which is free of income...

A Partial List Of Tax Deductibles by Carl LaFresnaye

The list of tax deductibles allowed by the IRS is so long and complicated that nobody seems to know exactly how many there are. Even Jeff A Schnepper's book How To Pay Zero Taxes, which is actually subtitled...

Filing An Income Tax Return by Gray Rollins

When the month of April rolls around most of America is preparing their income tax returns. Each year all individuals who made an income are required to report that income to federal and state governments...

Delinquent Taxes - What Happens if I Don't Pay the IRS? by Neil Lemons

Depending on how much time has past, an individual will see hundreds; even of thousands of dollars owed in back taxes that were not originally assessed when first receiving a letter from IRS. Similar to...

Panama: The Benefits of this Jurisdiction for your IBC by Richard Price

Why use the jurisdiction of Panama for your IBC? Does 'no income tax', 'no capital gains tax' and 'no estate tax' capture your attention? If so, read on…Panama constitution provides the highest levels...

Fraudulent Tax Shelters - KMPG Goes Down Hard by Richard A. Chapo

In the largest criminal tax case ever filed, KMPG has copped a plea to using fraudulent tax shelters to bilk the government out of 2.5 billion dollars. KMPG has agreed to pay a fine of $456 million dollars,...

Preparing Ahead For A Pleasant Tax Day by Carl LaFresnaye

How did you spend your last tax day? In line at a post office at almost midnight, dropping off your taxes? Dreading going on an extension again – knowing if you owe and don't pay it on time, there will...

Finding Out How Much Money Do You Have To Make To File Taxes? by Carl LaFresnaye

There are many people who wonder if they really have to file taxes since they do not make very much money. Since taxes are so dreaded by most people, answering the question of how much money a person...

Quick Facts on Disability Insurance by Tony Novak

Quick Facts About Disability Insurance§The sole purpose of individual disability insurance is to replace your after-tax income in the event of an accident or illness. These policies do not provide protection...

Top 7 Ways to Reduce Income Taxes by Kristine McKinley

Are you paying too much in income taxes? Are you getting all the credits and deductions you are entitled to? Here are 7 tips to help you minimize taxes and keep more in your pocket:1. Participate in company...

Social Security Tax by Hans Hasselfors

You should be able to find several indispensable facts about social security tax in the following paragraphs. If there's at least one fact you didn't know before, imagine the difference it might make....