Many are failing to file the proper paperwork to receive the $400 ($800 per couple) Making Work Pay credit.
The child tax credit and other tax breaks mean more middle-class earners are paying no federal tax at all. Is that right?
Business write-offs were extended through 2010, and foreign accounts will face more scrutiny.
The younger you are, the better a deal it may be to convert in 2010.
Split it, put it in a trust, lease it, deduct it and create a legal tax break.
In divorce case, wife says couple paid no state or federal tax on $108 million in earnings.
Retirees' returns are rejected, and some workers face surprise tax bills because of problems with stimulus measures.
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