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  • 6). Tax Deduction for Alimony Payments? - Yes!  By : Richard A. Chapo
    Over 50% of marriages end in divorce in the United States. Many divorce decrees include provisions for the payment of alimony. The IRS takes the position that such payments constitute a form of income and create an alimony tax deduction for the person making payments. According to the IRS, alimony payments are taxable to the recipient in the year received.
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  • 8). Donating Your Car To Charity  By : hitsusa
    Donating a car to charity is not that difficult. However, you need to be aware of the tax regulations before you donate your car to a non-profit organization. The IRS provides some general rules of thumb on car donations: Starting in 2005, if the claimed value of your donated car exceeds $500 and the item is sold by the charitable organization, your tax deduction is limited to the amount of money the charitable organization actually receives from selling the vehicle.
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  • 12). Deducting Alimony Payments  By : Richard A. Chapo
    Over 50% of marriages end in divorce in the United States. Many divorce decrees include provisions for the payment of alimony. The IRS takes the position that such payments constitute a form of income and create an alimony tax deduction for the person making payments. According to the IRS, alimony payments are taxable to the recipient in the year received.
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  • 13). Small Business Tax Deduction - Write-Off Bad Debts  By : Richard A. Chapo
    Practically every small business has receivables that it cannot obtain from clients. If your small business doesn't have any such receivables, consider yourself lucky. For those small businesses that suffer from uncollected receivables, solace can be taken from the fact you can claim a tax deduction. Bad Debt Tax Deduction A small business can write-off bad debt losses if it meets nominal requirements.
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  • 24). A Brief History Of The U.S. Income Tax  By : Doug Smith
    Introduction The U.S. Federal Income Tax Code requires American corporations and citizens to pay a percentage of their income (earnings) to the government. This income tax provides for the operation of the government. The current Tax Code is found in Title 26 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), as amended. A Clause For Alarm The Taxing and Spending Clause of the U.S. Constitution is found in Article I, Section 3, Clause 1. This article gave Congress the po...
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  • 25). Tax Credit for Going Solar  By : SolarMan
    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 credit Solar Tax Credit Solar energy is a clean, renewable energy source. The production of solar energy on residential and commercial structures creates no pollutants and is starting to make serious financial sense.
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