What U.S. Taxpayers Need to Know Before Filing Their 2011 Tax Returns
Thomson Reuters tax analysts explain nuances to consider
NEW YORK, March 15, 2012 -- Tax analysts, within the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters, discussed the following topics that individuals should consider this tax season:
What's New on Form 1040 for Your 2011 Tax Return?
Thomson Reuters tax analyst explains new situations to consider before filing
Past Returns Play Greater Role in Present U.S. Tax Return Preparation Thomson Reuters senior tax analyst points out what to look for on past returns to complete 2011 tax returns
Hiring a Tax Return Preparer to Process Your 2011 Return?
Thomson Reuters Analyst explains six considerations for choosing a reputable U.S. tax preparer
Volunteers Can Claim Charitable Deductions for Out-of-pocket Expenses: it's better to give AND receiveThomson Reuters tax analyst identifies deductions for U.S. taxpayers
You Owe Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) -- What Now?
Thomson Reuters tax analyst offers five damage control tips for U.S. taxpayers to consider
Retired, Fired, or Lost Money in 2011? Lower Income Can Mean Higher Tax Benefits
Thomson Reuters analyst examines nine U.S. tax implications of a decline in income
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