Is there income limits for qualifying for home office deductions>
qEx. 75,000 too much income to qualify for any type of home office deduction? I do not have an outside job, only work from home and is full time.
by Michael Willis 8 years ago
In Arkansas we get a standard deduction of $23 for a single person. Wow, we finally got an increase from $20. But we are taxed for everything imaginable. Even Federal Refund is considered taxable income here. (Yep, tax your taxes!)I am curious at what other states gives individuals for a standard...
by Alex J. Reissig 5 years ago
Would you support a flat 15% income tax?Would you support a flat 15% income tax in this country? Other than a personal deduction (possibly in the neighborhood of 25k per individual/50k per couple) there would be no deductions.
by ngureco 7 years ago
How Do You Calculate Income Tax Payable?
by Cindy Pierre 5 years ago
Could a flat tax work if it was implemented with exceptions?If a flat tax was implemented having exclusions like food, but a higher rate on luxury items would it work?
by Moderndayslave 6 years ago
What percentage of Tea Party supporters do you think are not going to file for Disaster relief after Irene? Wouldn't that be a Government handout? Maybe the storm miraculously missed all of their homes. How about forgoing social security or medicare? I have the feeling it's only ok when it's...
by IncomePowerBoost 7 years ago
This is one of the mail reasons to open a home base business. You could save 30-50% on what you are currently paying. Search small business tax deductions in goggle to find out more. If you plan on opening some sort of home base business I would recommend that you seek the counsel of a...
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