Find out how to determine whether taking the standard deduction or itemized deductions is best for you. Updated for the new 2018 federal tax changes.
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TaxACT Review: We put this tax preparation software to the test. Here are the results, including features, ease of use, and cost.
A step by step guide to the IRS Tax Withholding Calculator and how to set your exemptions for a $0 tax return.
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Every American is entitled to take the standard deduction when filing their tax returns and the history of the standard deduction has shown an increase of 10% over the last five years.