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2011 Taxes
by Manage My Life 
April 11th, 2011
Mark T
Thank you for your question.

I have done some checking on the Making Work Pay Credit. I would like to direct you to the IRS website. They have the explanation of the credit and if you qualify. Please click

here

to be taken to the site. I am not sure what program you are using to do the taxes. I know with the program I used I could figure my taxes without submitting them. if you can do this with the program I recommend reworking the taxes to see if you qualify. If you do then you can file the amendment. If you have filed your taxes and are getting a return wait to file the amendment until you receive the original refund. I recommend clicking

here

to read all of the rules on filing an amendment.

Please let me know if you have any other questions.



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Mark T.
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April 12th, 2011
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income taxes 2010
by Manage My Life 
March 19th, 2011
Manage My Life
Great question! The way you use your vacation home will decide how you can deduct the expenses. If you rent the home during the year and the amount of time you personally stay there all will play into your write offs. Here is a direct link to the irs website that describes how to use the deduction.

irs.gov/taxtopics/tc415.html

John D.
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March 21st, 2011
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Do I need to pay estimated taxes for 2010?
by Manage My Life 
April 12th, 2010
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Estimated tax is usually paid on incomes where taxes are not withheld. Example: self employment income. The usual rule of thumb is, if you are self employed and you are profitable(income greater than expenses) for the quarter, you should pay an estimated tax that quarter. View the link below for more information or contact your CPA or tax professional.

irs.ustreas.gov/businesses/small/article/0,,id=110413,00.html

Thanks,

John D.
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April 12th, 2010
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What taxes do you pay when purchasing a house?
by Manage My Life 
October 6th, 2009
Lyle W
The taxes vary by state and location. You normally have to pay property taxes that are assessed by the local school district, the state school system, the county government, the city government, and various other government entities. These taxes are based on the value of your property. On a $150,000 home, they may be $2000 a year as an example. The estimate of your taxes is divided by 12 and added to your monthly mortgage payment in most loans. The above example would add $167 to your monthly mortgage payment. The taxes can vary widely within the different geographical areas of the country. If you have additional questions regarding taxes in your local area, I recommend that you ask a realtor in your area for help with this issue.
by Lyle W
October 9th, 2009
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When should I report 529 plan deposits on my taxes?
by Manage My Life 
December 16th, 2009
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The contributor will receive a Form 1099 to report taxable/non-taxable income beginning the year the first withdrawals are made.
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December 16th, 2009
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Filing taxes when one party owes back child support
by Manage My Life 
October 14th, 2010
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Filling as "married filling seperately" would be the best scenario to keep your refund in your pocket and not go towards his back child support. Please view the following link or talk to your tax advisor for more info.

en.allexperts.com/q/Tax-Law-Questions-932/2008/12/Regarding-taxes-child-support.htm

John D.
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October 18th, 2010
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How much student loan interest can I deduct from my taxes each year?
by Manage My Life 
December 16th, 2009
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For those who meet the requirements, you can deduct up to $2500 per year in student loan interest.
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December 16th, 2009
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