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Income Tax Returns and the Tax Deadlines for 2013 in the US

Every year, individuals who have taxable income are required to file their income tax returns (ITRs) especially those whose total income has exceeded the limit for exemption. They should be aware of the proper procedures set by their government when filing ITRs. The U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is the one responsible for filing and … Continue reading

401k and the Contribution Limits Set by the U.S. Internal Revenue Code for 2013

A 401k plan is set under the U.S. Internal Revenue Code (IRC) to help its citizens save money for their retirement. Under this retirement plan, a portion of the employee’s salary is deducted by their employers and invests it

Cash income tax US

Most people who file income tax in the U.S. receive their income via check or credit cards. They follow all the standard procedures, and usually they have no problems doing so. However, there are those people who get their income in cash. This can sometimes cause confusion. People might think there are different standards for … Continue reading

The 401k limits 2011 from IRS

The new 401k Contribution limits from 2011, announced from the IRS: 2011 Maximum 401k Contributions: 16,500 USD Annual contribution limits: 49,000 USD

What happens if I paid off my entire student loan but they still applied my tax rebate to it?

Misty Mcbinterbost Mcbontoppy asked: For the loan at the beginning of this month even received paid off the loan is through but today just tried to call the missouri department of education which. For the beginning of education which my rebate just got letter from the missouri department of education which my loan by offset … Continue reading