Search

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Top 5 Tax Tips of The Week

How some investors pay no capital gains View:  Mobile  |  Web
- advertisement -

 
 
Hello Talha,
The top five tax tips of the week are listed below.


Add Alert Facebook
How some investors pay no capital gains
You heard right. There's no, nada, nothing, zilch, zero capital gains tax on the sale of assets held for more than a year. But you might not have heard the full story.

Add Alert Facebook
Tax credits help with higher education
Are you footing the costs of higher education for yourself or your family? Let your Uncle Sam lend a hand with some tax credits.

Add Alert Facebook
Make your hobby pay for itself
Hobbies provide a great way to relax from the daily grind. For many people, they also offer a way to make extra spending money.

Add Alert Facebook
IRS can help you look after the kids
Most working parents are well aware they get a tax break to help cover the costs of sending Jimmy or Janie to day care. But some parents overlook the tax advantage of summer day camp costs.

Add Alert Facebook
Turn your car into a tax deduction
Some people who give away an old auto might find their tax break smaller than they expected. And a few donors might be able to boost their deduction amounts.


Bankrate's 2012 Tax Guide
Latest tax news, basics and calculators.


2011 tax bracket rates
For the 2011 tax year, tax returns will be due April 17, 2012.


Check taxes in your state
A summary of the income, personal and sales taxes by state.


 
 

- advertisement -

 
National Rates
Rates may include points.
ProductRate+/-
1 yr CD0.62%
Savings / MMA0.49%
30 yr fixed mtg3.86%
30 yr fixed mtg refi3.93%
Rate Alerts

- advertisement -
- advertisement -


© 2012 Bankrate, Inc. All Rights Reserved   Modify Your Profile | Privacy Policy | Add Us to Your Address Book | Unsubscribe

You received this newsletter at talha.saeed@gmail.com because you subscribed and chose to receive email correspondence from Bankrate.com.
Bankrate.com sends only verified opt-in email, specifically requested by our subscribers.

If you no longer wish to receive the Weekly Tax Tip Newsletter, please click here to manage your subscriptions.


Bankrate, Inc.
11760 US Highway One
Suite 200
North Palm Beach, FL 33408

No comments: