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You can deduct your contributions to charitable (non-profit) organizations only if you itemize your income tax deductions.


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Taxpayers who use a portion of their home for business purposes may be able to take a home office deduction if they meet certain requirements.
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Credits and Deductions

Tax tips, help, advice, and information on commonly overlooked credits and deductions.

Arizona Tax Credit

August 08, 2012
There are many ways people in Arizona can do a lot of good for others, and it won’t cost them a dollar.
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Avoiding the 10% Early Withdrawal Penalty

July 13, 2012

It is one thing to be taxed on retirement contributions and their related earnings when you withdraw funds from your Traditional IRA during retirement, it is quite another when you pay the tax PLUS a 10% penalty for early withdrawal. Need funds prior to retirement and want to avoid the early withdrawal penalty? There are cases when this can be done:

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Finding a New Job Can Be Tax Deductible

June 01, 2012
With continued turmoil in the job market, the number of people searching for work continues to be at a high level. Because of this, the amount of time it takes to find a new job can be long and expensive. Don't overlook the ability to deduct qualified job hunting expenses on your tax return. Here is what you need to know.
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Home Office Deduction

April 01, 2011
Work From Home? Consider the Home Office Deduction

Whether you are self-employed or an employee, if you use a portion of your home for business, you may be able to take a home office deduction. Here are six things to know about the Home Office deduction
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Six facts about the expanded adoption credit

March 10, 2011
You may be able to take a tax credit of up to $13,170 for qualified expenses paid to adopt an eligible child.
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Job Creation Act of 2010

December 30, 2010
On December 17, 2010, The Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 was signed into law by President Obama. The personal income tax provisions in this law provide for an extension of the Bush-era tax cuts which were scheduled to expire at the end of 2010. The 2010 Tax Relief Act temporarily extends most of the tax cuts for 2011 and 2012 only.
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