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My Last Minute Tax Break: HSA Contribution

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Not to long ago I sat down with my accountant to prepare my taxes. After looking at my situation and running the numbers, he told me I could save right around $2,000 in taxes by maxing out my HSA contributions.


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Are You Owed a Refund from 2010? File Now

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If you didn’t file your tax return in 2010, this is your last chance to do so — and a claim a refund if you have one coming to you. It’s possible to file or amend a return for up to three years.


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Is the Home Mortgage Interest Deduction Worthless?

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The mortgage interest deduction is as American as apple pie. But how many taxpayers are truly benefiting? Just the rich? Let's take a look.


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Five Tax Time Tips for Freelance Professionals

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Are you a freelance professional? Here are six tax time tips to help you — especially if you are a noob.


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What Will You Do with Your 2013 Tax Refund?

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TD Ameritrade conducted a survey to find out what Americans will do with their tax refunds. Find out the results of the survey.


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How Financial Crooks Literally Have You at Hello

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My work cellphone buzzed with an incoming call the other morning, and as I gazed down upon the display, I could see that the caller ID flashed a local area code and exchange that originated from somewhere nearby in the DC/VA/MD area where I live. I answered the call only to discover that an automated voice in my ear was warning me that I had a critical message from my bank about my credit card.


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Choose The Right Default Cost Basis Method

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Did you know your broker or fund company sets a default cost basis method in taxable accounts that might not be best for your tax bill?


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Avoid These Audit Red Flags When Filing Your Taxes

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If something looks “off,” that return could be audited. CNN Money has identified the following tax audit red flags to avoid:


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Why You Should File Your Tax Return -- Even If You Don't Owe

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If you don't owe taxes, you aren't required to file a tax return. Here are a few reasons why you should always file a tax return even if you don't or will not owe taxes.


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Deciphering Form 1099-B

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One of the more confusing tax forms for investments is form 1099-B. The tax code, and changes to it, cause most it. It’s up to you to decipher what the 1099-B says.


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