Monthly Archives: March 2013

Tax Tips for Recently Married Taxpayers

If you got married during 2012, here are some post-marriage tips to help you avoid stress at tax time.

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Energy Costs Rise as Tax Incentives Fade

With energy costs skyrocketing, you would think that the federal government would come up with some tax incentives aimed at curbing the consumption of energy. However, on the consumer end of taxes, the incentives are actually fading away. Apparently, federal

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What to Do If You Are Missing a W-2

Have you received all of your W-2s? These documents are essential for completing individual tax returns. You should receive a Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement, from all of your employers each year. Employers have until January 31st to provide

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