Quick and easy instructions for obtaining your Tax Identification Number online, using the Bureau of Internal Revenue's online application.
Have questions about your Tax Identification Number (TIN) in the Philippines? The Bureau of Internal Revenue has a call center you can easily contact for answers. Read on to find out more.
Permanent Account Number or PAN is a mandatory alphanumeric number for people who file income tax and make transactions of Rs.50,000/- and up (like deposits in a bank or Post Office). The rule was made mandatory on 2005 and since then, filing income tax and keeping the track of it has become...
Any government demands money from either individuals or corporations to run the country. Yes, that is known as tax. This article is will help you take a deep dive into the Indian Tax Structure. Ready?
If you're working online in affiliate marketing, then you need to make sure you understand what your tax liabilities are. Tax is quite straight forward and hopefully below will give you a brief overview of what you need to know.
With the federal government in America practically hemorrhaging money, many people are looking towards closing tax breaks and loopholes to save the country money. The EIC is one of them.
Commissioner of Income Tax Definition "Commissioner" means a person appointed as a Commissioner of Income Tax (CIT) u/s 208, and includes a Taxation Officer vested with all or any of the powers, and functions of the Commissioner. Who...
Most states levy a cover charge for individuals known as personal income tax. That tax can add significantly to the federal tax burden placed on an individual or a family. The states with the highest rates of personal income tax are: Vermont -...
The IRS has added a Simplified Option for claiming the Home Office Deduction. It greatly reduces the record keeping requirements and eliminates some complex tax calculations.
You can use Form 8888 to split your refund between up to 3 accounts at U.S. financial institutions. Your refund can be direct deposited into checking or savings accounts, mutual funds and even brokerage accounts. You can use Form 8888 to buy U.S. Series I Savings Bonds or even to fund your IRA.