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Income Tax Guide

Whether or not to file and pay taxes isn't a choice. How and when to file is. If you complete and file your taxes yourself, you must to stay up to date on the requirements and changes for each tax year. If you use a professional tax preparer, you need to be aware of the information they need to complete your returns appropriately. Granted, the forms and instructions provided by the IRS are not always user-friendly. The articles included here, however, are full of the information you need to file your taxes appropriately, on time and in the ways that most benefit your finances.
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