General tax information that you need to be aware of before filing your taxes. Documents and articles include major tax subjects such as deductions, brackets, credits, exemptions, and overall changes to the tax law.

  • Jan- 2023 -
    29 January
    How Are Bonuses Taxed

    How Are Bonuses Taxed?

    You might wonder about the answers to questions about what is the bonus tax rate. and How are bonuses taxed?…

  • 27 January
    1099-R Form

    1099-R Form

    The Internal Revenue Service sends out many different kinds of information returns. The 1099-R Form is one of them. This…

  • 19 January

    Earned Income Credit (EIC) Calculator

    The Earned Income Tax Credit (EIC) is a refundable credit that is intended to reduce your tax liability. It is…

  • 18 January

    Marginal Tax Rates and Definition

    The marginal tax rate is an important measure of how much you owe on a specific dollar of income. It is…

  • 7 January

    Resident or Nonresident Alien Calculator

    In the case of nonresident aliens, the substantial presence test plays a big role in determining their residency. Basically, the Resident…

  • 6 January

    New Jersey Income Tax Calculator

    If you want to know how much you’ll have to pay New Jersey income tax, use the state income tax…

  • Dec- 2022 -
    28 December

    Does My Foreign Spouse Need to File a U.S. Tax Return?

    A Foreign spouse is a spouse who is not a citizen of the United States. This means that the nonresident spouse will…

  • 27 December
    Federal Withholding Tables

    Federal Withholding Tables

    Employer Federal Income Tax Withholding Tables is out now. Use the tables to figure out how much tax you need…

  • 27 December
    Federal Income Tax Changes 2020

    Federal Income Tax Changes

    What are the new tax changes? For high-income individuals and businesses, the new federal income tax changes mean that they…

  • 23 December

    New Hampshire Income Tax Calculator

    The tax system in New Hampshire is not so hard to understand. If you earn a net pay of $10,000,…

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