education credits

Tax-Free Student Aid vs. Education Credit

The American Opportunity and Lifetime Learning tax credits were created to subsidize the cost of college education. Generally, the credits are based on qualified costs of education, namely, college tuition and fees, books, supplies and equipment. Those qualified costs must … read more

IRS Issues More Info Regarding Delayed 2012 Tax Return Processing

The IRS released additional information on Monday, January 28 about further delays in 2012 tax return processing.  The IRS released a list of 30 forms that cannot be filed on the January 30th date which is the date when IRS … read more

VITA – Nonrefundable Credits

Okay, the holidays are behind us.  It is time to focus on finishing page 2 of Form 1040.  But first, we needed to talk a bit about the legislation that was passed and signed by President Obama in December, after … read more

Tax Relief Act Offers Many Income-tax-saving Opportunities for Individuals

The extension of the lower income and capital gains tax rates set to expire Dec. 31, along with significant reductions to the estate tax, has probably received the most media coverage. But the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization, and Job … read more

Married Filing Jointly or Married Filing Separately?

Is it more advantageous for married couples to file income tax returns jointly or separately?  Unfortunately, the answer is not as simple as it may sound.  When filing separately, some credits and deductions are not allowed.  These include earned income … read more

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