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Hand with pen writing Tax Deduction

The answer for most states is no. However, 6 states allow some form of this tax break (AL, IA, LA, MO, MT, OR), but only AL, IA, and LA allow a full deduction.

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Tax Debt Relief

Millions of individuals and business owners in America currently have unpaid IRS tax liabilities. Here are a few items to consider for tax debt relief options.

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A bonus is considered a supplemental wage payment and is therefore subject to slightly different withholding guidelines under federal rules.  

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While increasing allowances leaves you with more available funds throughout the year, it will have a rippling effect and your tax refund will decrease.

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If you are facing an unexpected tax bill, here are some things to keep in mind. The IRS offers multiple payment options.

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Taking these few steps today will save you time and hassle come time to file your 2018 tax returns in 2019.

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The IRS offers a number of resources to help you make sense of your withholding requirements, including YouTube videos and an online withholding calculator.

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Wedding Checklist

If you are getting married, keep these tax items in mind as part of your wedding checklist.

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Businesses subject to backup withholding can rectify the problem by contacting their payment card processor or third party settlement organization.

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