Sweden tops the list of the most heavily taxed countries in the world, while the United States stands in 15th. Let’s countdown the top 15 most heavily taxed countries in the world, measured by both the countries top statutory income...
I love where I live in North Carolina – the mountains and the beach are only a couple of hours away, depending on which direction you go. To have different landscapes and cities around definitely is a plus in my book. Sometimes though I wonder what it would be like if we moved back to the beach or if we tried out mountain living. I’m still trying to figure out where would be the ideal place.
Think you understand Marginal Rates (aka “Tax Brackets”)? As this chart shows, it’s the amount of federal tax you pay on the next dollar of income, changing as that income goes up. But, this doesn’t quite tell the whole story.
Summer is here, and that means young adults and college students are looking for summer jobs. Even though the economy still hasn’t recovered and unemployment is high, there are still a lot of seasonal jobs out there. Of course with earning money comes paying taxes, so at the very least you want to maximize your money this summer.
Tax audits are not as scary as you think, however, occasionally they happen. Everything you’ve heard is wrong–turns out receiving an IRS letter also known as “correspondence audit,” is not the end of the world.
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America is in a debt crisis, and we are catching up to our own GDP. The contentious question of how to pay off this debt is examined below. Would it be feasible to tax the American people enough to erase our debt? Let’s take a look.
With 2010 now behind us, let’s take a look at what changes the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 has in store for us with regard to our 2011 tax returns. I’ll focus specifically on what is new or different for 2011.