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Income - Types Taxable and Non-Taxable Income - Tax Planning: U.S.
All income is presumed to be taxable. However, America's tax laws provide that income is taxed in a variety of ways. Use the links below to find information ...
Federal Income Taxes - Tax Planning: U.S. - About.com
The United States of America applies a variety of taxes to different types of income. Learn more about federal tax rates and special tax rates that apply to different ...
States That Prohibit City Income Taxes - States That Have Outlawed ...
The IRS, many states, and even some cities have an income tax. However, some states have decided to let their residents keep more of their paychecks by ...
Debt to Income Ratio Calculator - Credit / Debt Management - About ...
Use this free debt-to-income ratio calculator to tell whether you have too much debt.
Adjustments to Income - Federal Tax Deductions - Tax Planning: U.S.
Various tax deductions known as "above-the-line" deductions or adjustments to income can be taken directly on your tax return. These deductions reduce your ...
Tax Treatment of Self-Employment Income - Tax Planning: U.S.
Self-employed persons incur three federal taxes on their earnings: federal income tax, Social Security tax, and Medicare tax.
Preparing an Income or Profit and Loss Statement
A profit and loss statement (sometimes called an income statement) shows the revenues and expenses, and resulting profits/losses of a business over a specific  ...
Investing Lesson 4: Income Statement Analysis
The primary purpose of the income statement is to report a company's earnings to investors. Income statement analysis can provide important insights into profit ...
Debt To Income Ratio Definition - Credit/Debt Glossary
Your debt-to-income ratio is the percentage of your income that goes toward paying your debt.
2013 Income Tax Brackets for Estates and Trusts
Estates and trusts that earn income during the course of any given year must file IRS Form 1041. Learn what the income tax brackets are for estates and trusts in ...
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