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If someone else helps you to prepare your taxes, you can check out their credentials.
If your earned income (income from a job) falls below certain levels, you may qualify for a reduction in taxes and possibly a refund.
Montgomery County was the first local jurisdiction in the country to establish a local Earned Income Credit Program. The County will match a taxpayer's State Refundable EIC dollar for dollar.
Information on ordering or downloading tax forms, filing electronically, and dealing with tax preparers.
The IRS has established a form to allow tax payers to get refunds directly deposited into multiple accounts, or to save all or a portion of the refund in U.S. Savings Bonds.
Divorce can affect your income taxes. Your written settlement agreement should state how you and your spouse will handle:
The Tax Saver's Credit allows low and moderate income people who contribute to an IRA or qualified retirement plan may be able to get a tax credit up to $1,000.
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