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Five Simple Ways To Earn And Save Money In 2015

The year 2015 is finally here and my family has created some big savings goals. We plan to increase our income while cutting back on frivolous expenses. If you would like to save money this year than you may be interested in our money saving tips.

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1) Carefully review your health insurance, tax information and retirement benefits. This year make sure that you have the best health plan possible and are taking advantage of any tax breaks available. You can use TurboTax 2013 to help you with your taxes. Using Turbo Tax 2013 is a better option … Read more at 2009 Tax.

Considering Your Home Mortgage Tax Deduction

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Many people debate the merits of having a mortgage tax deduction when they file their taxes.

It makes sense to work at lowering your taxable income and getting all of the credits and deductions that you are entitled to, and claiming mortgage interest may be at the top of the list for you. Some homeowners think so much of this deduction that they forgo paying off their mortgage in spite of having enough money to do so. The question becomes whether it makes more sense to keep the savings or eliminate … Read more at 2009 Tax.

Strange But Legitimate Tax Deductions from TurboTax.com

Strange But Legitimate Tax Deductions from TurboTax.com

Tax season is anticipated by some and dreaded by others. For accountants and tax professionals, however, it can be a time of amusement. Tax professionals are used to helping people get the maximum deductions on their taxes, but there are some deductions that take the cake. TurboTax professionals often highlight the odd, but legitimate, tax deductions that they see every year.

A boy in a children's swimming pool.

A boy in a children’s swimming pool. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Fido’s New Pad Can Pad Your Refund

Did you know that you can claim a deduction for moving expenses for your pet? … Read more at 2009 Tax.

Self Employed? – Here’s 5 Reasons Why You Need An Accountant

For the self-employed, tax time can be an entirely different experience than for those who are either employed by another company or own their own business. Being self-employed means that you are technically both an employer and an employee, and are at times responsible for paying taxes on issues that affect both.

Taxes are already complex enough for the average individual, but that situation is exacerbated by your current status. As a result, it may be wise to talk to an accountant, as they can not only find special deductions and benefits, but save you the time and anxiety of … Read more at 2009 Tax.

Charitable Tax Deductions That May Surprise You

There are many people who make charitable donations every year and document them so that they can be claimed as tax deductions. However, many of us fail to take all of our charitable donations into consideration when going through our tax deductions, with some failing to even realize that some of the donations they have made are tax deductible.

There are in fact many charitable tax deductions that may apply to you without you even realizing it, and some people are very surprised to learn about the various donations that are actually tax deductible. Some of these donations are ones … Read more at 2009 Tax.

Some Weird Small Business Deductions

So, the holidays are over and you’re adding up your books (you’d BETTER be adding up your books-tax time is coming!). You know full well to add up your monthly income and common deductions like EI and CPP for your employees. But what are some deductions that you may have missed that could be costing hundreds of dollars? Here are some weird small business/self employed deductions that may never have occurred to you.

  • Cost of replacing materials. If you’re a writer/artist/photographer, etc and you need to buy new equipment, you can claim the new piece as a tax deduction. Even
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