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Utilizing 'Above-The-Line' Deductions

You’re probably familiar with the deduction choice you must make when you file your tax return. You either have enough deductions (such as mortgage interest, charitable contributions and medical expenses) to itemize, or you take the standard deduction, a set ...

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A Look At Recent IRS News And Rulings

Applicable Interest Rates For March – Revenue Ruling (2005-13) – In revenue Ruling 2005-13, the Internal Revenue Service indicated what would be the applicable federal interest rates and adjusted applicable federal rates for the month of March. Below is a ...

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Jurisdiction Under UCCJEA And UIFSA

Two interstate compacts control jurisdiction and procedure in custody and support cases in which the parties and children reside in different states. These compacts are the Uniform Child Custody and Jurisdiction Enforcement Act (UCCJEA), codified at Domestic Relations Law Article ...

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