New law provides up to $7,621.60 in incentives for each unemployed person hired.
Federal woes are just the beginning. States and cities also will have to raise taxes to stay afloat.
Programs let you deduct medical expenses even if you don't itemize.
The younger you are, the better a deal it may be to convert in 2010.
Celebrities face tax liens, foreclosure or more for failing to pay federal and state levies.
Birth control, Viagra, counseling and other items are all deductible.
Threats up against employees of agency, which merely enforces the laws that Congress makes.
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