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Where Can You Get Answers To Your Tax Questions?   
Carl LaFresnaye

Taxes are an unfortunate part of our lives.

But our tax money finances so many parts of our government, taxes are here to stay. It would be nice if taxes were cut and dried, easy to understand and easy to pay. But, generally speaking, that’s not the case. Many of us have tax questions. We need to know where to turn when we aren’t sure what we’re doing when we file our taxes. While it may be tempting to ask your co-worker, your neighbor, or your mother, the information or advice you get from them may not be accurate – unless they're a Certified Public Accountant or a Certified Tax Preparer. But there are other, more reliable sources of information available.

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Tax time can be a painful time for many of us, and it's especially tough for people without jobs. If you're unemployed, there are a few twists and turns in the tax code that can work to your benefit.

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Easiest Tax Questions

For your easiest tax questions, you can usually find the answer by reading the materials published by the Internal Revenue Service. Their publications can be found online, or can be requested by mail, or found at post offices, libraries, and other locations.

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The Internal Revenue Service maintains a detailed site online. There, you can find and print all tax forms, along with the instruction booklets. (If you don't want to print them out, since many are very long, you can read them online.) The most common tax questions are answered in the answer base on their site. Check there first for the answer to your tax question.

More Complex Tax Questions

For questions affecting your taxes that are more tricky to answer, you can ask a certified tax professional. They are trained to prepare taxes and keep up-to-date on the changes in the tax code from year to year. Many times they will hold events where they answer anyones tax questions for free. Consider calling a local tax professional or two to ask when such an event is planned.

Tax Questions Before Taking Action

Some financial decisions will greatly affect your taxes. If you have a complicated question, like the effect of certain actions – buying or selling property, investments, dividends, etc., it might be best answered by a Certified Public Accountant experienced in tax preparation. Things that have to do with capital gains, which education credits to claim when, etc., are much more personal and may require an in depth look at your own situation.

Special Services

If you fit some specific groups, there are events available where tax preparers will help with your taxes for free or very low cost. Some of the groups that are often targeted for these special services are the elderly and recent immigrants who need help because of a lack of English ability. These events are publicized regularly from the beginning of a new year until tax day.

Going To The Tax Man

The Internal Revenue Service has a toll-free number that you can call to talk to I.R.S. Representatives who are specifically paid to answer tax questions. It is an option – though it is less useful on complex tax questions. If you call them, it is a good idea to also check with another source of information, like the suggestions above.

What Other Authors say about Taxes

Deciding when to File a Tax Return? by Keith Hoyng

April 15th - "The Day of Reckoning"! Every year, millions of Americans get ready to pay taxes to Uncle Sam, or get ready to collect a tax refund from Uncle Sam; when did this become the great day that...

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...

Tax Treatment for Coverdale IRAs by Tony Novak

A number of publications, including my own, have mistakenly reported over the past year that Coverdale IRAs, formerly known as Education IRAs, are tax deductible. Coverdale IRAs are not tax-deductible.Originally...

Tax Credit for Going Solar by Rick Chapo

As we sit in the middle of winter, most people can't believe how high their utility bills are. Going with solar energy can lower your bills and you get a hefty tax creditSolar Tax CreditSolar energy is...

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...

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...

The Tax Advantages of an Individual Savings Account (ISA) by Graeme Nicholson

The successor to the TESSA, the ISA (or individual savings account) provides a government regulated savings scheme for encouraging individuals to save rather than spend as a means of economic and financial...

IRS Provides Foreclosure Tax Relief For Homeowners by Raynor James

As if a foreclosure on your home isn't bad enough, do you realize there could be dire tax consequences? Fortunately, the IRS is taking steps to mitigate much of the double disaster. Many have accused the...

Tax Issues for Retirement Planning by admin

<p>The 401(k), 403(b), or 457 Plan<p>A pre-tax retirement plan offered by your employer is one of the best ways to save for retirement. That's because your contributions to the plan are deducted...

Utilizing Tax Tips by Carl LaFresnaye

Tax tips can be found from a variety of different sources, but individuals must be careful to determine whether those sources are professional and legitimate or if they are from average people who are...

Smart Use of After Tax Funds for Retirement by Andy Andersohn

Don’t Neglect After Tax Savings for Retirement We are almost all familiar with retirement savings and investment programs that are pre-tax like 401k’s, 403b’s and IRA’s. These programs give you...

Unclaimed Tax Refunds: How To Claim Yours by Gray Rollins

When a taxpayer owes money on their taxes they need to pay the amount owed before the traditional April 15th deadline. If the amount owed on taxes is not paid before the deadline, then federal and state...

Income Tax Season by Tony Robinson

The tax season for most all individual tax payers falls during January, February, and March each year. It's the time of year that most citizens look forward to receiving a refund or they dread because...


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Index of Articles about Taxes

What Other Authors say about Taxes

Deciding when to File a Tax Return? by Keith Hoyng

April 15th - "The Day of Reckoning"! Every year, millions of Americans get ready to pay taxes to Uncle Sam, or get ready to collect a tax refund from Uncle Sam; when did this become the great day that...

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...

Tax Treatment for Coverdale IRAs by Tony Novak

A number of publications, including my own, have mistakenly reported over the past year that Coverdale IRAs, formerly known as Education IRAs, are tax deductible. Coverdale IRAs are not tax-deductible.Originally...

Tax Credit for Going Solar by Rick Chapo

As we sit in the middle of winter, most people can't believe how high their utility bills are. Going with solar energy can lower your bills and you get a hefty tax creditSolar Tax CreditSolar energy is...

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...

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...

The Tax Advantages of an Individual Savings Account (ISA) by Graeme Nicholson

The successor to the TESSA, the ISA (or individual savings account) provides a government regulated savings scheme for encouraging individuals to save rather than spend as a means of economic and financial...

IRS Provides Foreclosure Tax Relief For Homeowners by Raynor James

As if a foreclosure on your home isn't bad enough, do you realize there could be dire tax consequences? Fortunately, the IRS is taking steps to mitigate much of the double disaster. Many have accused the...

Tax Issues for Retirement Planning by admin

<p>The 401(k), 403(b), or 457 Plan<p>A pre-tax retirement plan offered by your employer is one of the best ways to save for retirement. That's because your contributions to the plan are deducted...

Utilizing Tax Tips by Carl LaFresnaye

Tax tips can be found from a variety of different sources, but individuals must be careful to determine whether those sources are professional and legitimate or if they are from average people who are...

Smart Use of After Tax Funds for Retirement by Andy Andersohn

Don’t Neglect After Tax Savings for Retirement We are almost all familiar with retirement savings and investment programs that are pre-tax like 401k’s, 403b’s and IRA’s. These programs give you...

Unclaimed Tax Refunds: How To Claim Yours by Gray Rollins

When a taxpayer owes money on their taxes they need to pay the amount owed before the traditional April 15th deadline. If the amount owed on taxes is not paid before the deadline, then federal and state...

Income Tax Season by Tony Robinson

The tax season for most all individual tax payers falls during January, February, and March each year. It's the time of year that most citizens look forward to receiving a refund or they dread because...