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2020 Income Tax Rates from the IRS

2020 Income Tax Rates Released by the IRS

For the early planners, the IRS announced updated 2020 income tax rates this week. There are 6 federal income tax brackets for 2020 – 12%, 22%, 24%, 32%, 35%, and 37%. The standard deduction for married couples filing jointly will

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Should I Donate Money at Checkout?

Yesterday I was at the repair shop after one of our cars had a large bolt stuck in one of the tires, causing a slow leak. When we came to pick-up the vehicle, I was given the total due and

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having integrity in finances

Integrity in Finances

Writing this post is going to cost me. I did the calculation today, actually. It’s going to cost me $7. It’s not for an internet fee (TTG pays that). It’s not for the Dr. Pepper I had to drink to

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How to Estimate Your Tax Return

When I was younger, I used to love doing my own taxes. My dad would pick-up a 1040EZ form from the library and help me get my W-2 together from my employer. Things were easy then. And, I always got a refund. 

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6 Ways to Save Money When Filing Your Taxes

Americans spend $140 billion per year to comply with the tax code – that’s a lot of money. And, although that figure may be enough to tempt you to look for ways to cut back on tax prep services, H&R Block reports that consumers

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4 Things to Do Before 2014

A lot of time and energy is focused on the holidays at the end of the year. But it’s important to set aside some time for your finances as this is the last chance to make adjustments for 2013. As

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9 Ways You’re Wasting Your Tax Return

According to an annual survey from Capital One Bank, this year’s average tax refund is expected to be $2,803. With such a nice chunk of change, not dreaming about exotic vacations and enormous televisions is nearly impossible.Pledges to pay down

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