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1031 Exchange
For tax purposes, a 1031 exchange is a real estate  more...
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1035 Exchange
1035 exchange refers to the provision of the US tax  more...
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1040 Form
The 1040 form is the Internal Revenue Service form that  more...
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1040A Form
The 1040A form is a shorter and more simple version  more...
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1040EZ Form
The 1040EZ form is the easiest (hence the name) of  more...
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1040PC Form
Introduced by in 1993, the IRS designed 1040PC form to  more...
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1099b
Form 1099B ("Proceeds from Broker and Barter Exchange") is used  more...
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1099R
Form 1099R is an IRS form reporting a taxpayer's distributions  more...
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30-Day Wash Rule
The 30-day wash rule is an IRS rule prohibiting the  more...
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401(k) Plan
A 401(k) plan is a deferred compensation plan used for  more...
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401a
A 401a is a retirement plan that employers set up  more...
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403(b) Plan
A 403(b) plan, named for section 403(b) of the Internal  more...
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423b
A 423b plan refers to an employee stock purchase plan  more...
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457 Plan
Similar to a 401K and a 403B plan and based  more...
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529 Plan
A 529 plan is an education savings plan overseen by  more...
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Abatement
Abatement refers to a reprieve from or reduction in a  more...
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Above The Line Deduction
An above the line deduction is a tax deduction allowed  more...
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Accredited Personal Financial Planning Specialist
Accredited Personal Financial Planning Specialist is a professional title available  more...
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Active Income
Active income is a form of income for which labor  more...
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Ad Valorem Tax
An ad valorem tax is a tax based on a  more...
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Additional Child Tax Credit
The additional child tax credit is available for individuals whose  more...
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Adjusted Gross Income
Adjusted gross income is the amount of income used on  more...
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Alternative Minimum Tax
The US Congress introduced alternative minimum tax (AMT) in 1970  more...
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Alternative Motor Vehicle Credit
The Alternative Motor Vehicle Credit was enacted with the Energy  more...
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Amended Return
An amended return is a tax return filed to correct  more...
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American Association of Individual Investors
American Association of Individual Investors (AAII) is a Chicago-based, investor  more...
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American Jobs Creation Act Of 2004
The American Jobs Creation Act of 2004 implemented a range  more...
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AMT
The Alternative Minimum Tax, or AMT, is a tax intended  more...
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Asset Depreciation Range
Asset depreciation range refers to a system used to determine  more...
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Audit
An audit is an objective process that involves evaluating and  more...
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Auditor
An auditor is an individual qualified at the state level  more...
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Average Price Per Share
The average price per share is determined by dividing the  more...
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Back Taxes
Back taxes are taxes owed for years prior to the  more...
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Backup Withholding
Backup withholding is a mechanism that enables the IRS to  more...
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Before-Tax Income
Before-tax income, also known as pretax income, is the amount  more...
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Business Expenses
Business expenses are the costs a business incurs in the  more...
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Capital Goods
In a basic sense, capital goods are goods used for  more...
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Capital Loss
A capital loss is a decrease in the value of  more...
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Certified Public Accountant
A Certified Public Accountant (CPA) is a person licensed by  more...
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Chapter 11
Chapter 11 is a section of the US Bankruptcy Reform  more...
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Chapter 13
Chapter 13 is a provision in U.S. bankruptcy law under  more...
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Chapter 7
Chapter 7 is a section of the US Bankruptcy Code  more...
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Child and Dependent Care Credit
The child and dependent care credit is a federal income  more...
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Child Tax Credit
The Child Tax Credit is a nonrefundable credit offered by  more...
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Consumption Tax
A consumption tax is a charge levied on spending for  more...
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Cost Basis
Cost basis reflects the true cost of purchasing a financial  more...
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Coverdell Education Savings Account
Formerly called the education IRA, the Coverdell education savings account  more...
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Death Put
A death put, sometimes called a survivor's option, is a  more...
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Debtor
A debtor is a person or entity that is owes  more...
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Deferred Annuity
A deferred annuity is a contract that delays annuity payments,  more...
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Deferred Compensation
Deferred compensation is the portion of an employee's income that  more...
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Deferred Tax
Deferred tax represents a company's liability for taxes owed that  more...
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Defined Benefit Plan
A defined benefit plan is a type of qualified retirement  more...
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Defined Contribution Plan
A defined contribution plan is a type of qualified retirement  more...
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Dependent
The term dependent generally describes a person who is financially  more...
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Depreciable Property
Depreciable property is any property other than land a property  more...
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Depreciation
Depreciation is the reduction in the value of an asset  more...
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Depreciation and Amortization
Depreciation and amortization are accounting transactions that record the loss  more...
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Dividend
A dividend is a payment by a corporation to its  more...
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Dividend Payout Ratio
The dividend payout ratio is the percentage of a company's  more...
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Double Taxation
Double taxation occurs when a government taxes the same income  more...
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Early Retirement
Early retirement occurs when an individual retires before the required  more...
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Early Withdrawal Penalty
An early withdrawal penalty is a fine levied on funds  more...
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Earned Income
Earned income is wages, salary, tips, fees or other compensation  more...
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Earned Income Tax Credit
The earned income tax credit (EITC) is a tax refund  more...
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Earnings Before Interest
Earnings before interest and pretax operating income and pretax operating  more...
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Earnings Before Interest and Taxes
Earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) is an indicator of  more...
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EBIT
EBIT is an acronym for Earnings Before Interest and Taxes.  more...
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EBITDA
EBITDA or "earnings before interest taxes depreciation and amortization" is  more...
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Education IRA
The education IRA is a savings plan for certain expenses  more...
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Effective Tax Rate
The effective tax rate for an individual is usually the  more...
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Enterprise Zone
Enterprise zone is a specially designated area within which businesses  more...
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Entitlements
Entitlements are government benefits provided by law to eligible individuals.  more...
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Estate Planning
Estate planning is a process of planning for efficient handling  more...
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Estate Tax
The estate tax is simply a tax on assets charged  more...
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Estimated Tax
Estimated tax is tax that a self-employed individual or a  more...
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Exchange Traded Notes
Exchange Traded Notes (ETN) are considered senior, unsecured debt securities.  more...
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Exempt Income
Exempt income is any income that is not subject to  more...
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Fair Value
Fair value is a market price that both the buyer  more...
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Fairly Valued
A fairly valued stock is a stock whose perceived value  more...
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Flat Tax
A flat tax system has a fixed tax rate regardless  more...
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Flexible Spending Account
A flexible spending account is a monetary employee benefit that  more...
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Form 1098
Form 1098 is an IRS tax form filed by entities  more...
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Gain
A gain is an increase in the value of an  more...
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Gift Tax
The gift tax is a US tax levied on gifts  more...
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Home Equity Loans
Home equity loans are a type of loan that is  more...
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Income Tax
Income tax is tax levied against personal income or a  more...
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Individual Tax Return
An individual tax return is a tax return filed by  more...
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Inheritance Tax
The inheritance tax is tax imposed on the heirs of  more...
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Interest Deduction
An interest deduction is any deduction of interest payments that  more...
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Internal Revenue Service
The Internal Revenue Service is the branch of the US  more...
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Investment Property
Real property owned by an entity for other than its  more...
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IRA
An IRA - Individual Retirement Account - is a tax-sheltered  more...
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IRA Rollover
An IRA rollover is a lump-sum distribution deposited from an  more...
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Irrevocable Trust
An irrevocable trust is a trust that once established, cannot  more...
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Itemized Deduction
An itemized deduction is a deduction listed separately against a  more...
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Job Hunting Expenses
Job hunting expenses (expenses incurred in finding a new job)  more...
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Joint
Joint is a term that refers to two things being  more...
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Joint Return
A joint return is an IRS tax return that is  more...
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Joint Tax Return
A joint tax return is one tax return filed by  more...
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Joint Tenancy with Right of Survivorship
In joint tenancy with right of survivorship, each party owns  more...
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Joint Tenants in Common
Joint tenants in common is a way for two or  more...
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Joint Tenants with Right of Survivorship
Joint tenants with right of survivorship, sometimes abbreviated JTWROS, is  more...
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Joint Will
A joint will is a type of legal agreement, in  more...
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JTWROS
JTWROS, an acronym meaning joint tenants with right of survivorship,  more...
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Kiddie Tax
A special tax on the investment gains and unearned income  more...
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Luxury Tax
A luxury tax is a tax on luxury goods. The  more...
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Marginal Tax Rate
The marginal tax rate is rate of tax applicable to  more...
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Mark to Market
Mark to market is an accounting calculation tracking the current  more...
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Married Filing Jointly
Married filing jointly is the tax filing term for a  more...
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Married Filing Separately
Married filing separately is a tax filing status under which  more...
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Medical Expenses
The term medical expenses refers to certain dental and medical  more...
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Medicare
Medicare is a national health insurance program for people age  more...
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Mortgage Interest Deduction
In US federal taxation, the mortgage interest deduction is a  more...
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Net Income
Net income is the revenues of a company minus all  more...
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Net Worth
Net worth is total assets minus its total liabilities. Put  more...
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Non-Refundable Tax Credit
A non-refundable tax credit is a credit that can reduce  more...
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Passive Income
Passive income is income not earned from work. The  more...
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Passive Loss
In US tax regulations, a passive loss is a loss  more...
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Personal Exemption
The personal exemption is a dollar amount excluded from taxable  more...
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Phantom Income
Phantom income is any income that is reportable as taxable  more...
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Principal Residence
Principal residence refers to the main home where a person  more...
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Progressive Tax
A progressive tax levies higher taxes on those of greater  more...
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Qualified Retirement Plan
A qualified retirement plan meets the requirements of the IRS  more...
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Registered Education Savings Plan
A Registered Education Savings Plan - or RESP - is  more...
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Relative Strength
Relative strength is a term associated with technical analysis that  more...
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Relative Strength Index
The Relative Strength Index is a popular price-following oscillator that  more...
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Required Rate of Return
The required rate of return is the minimum rate of  more...
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Reverse Split
A reverse split is a reduction in the number of  more...
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Revocable Trust
A revocable trust is a trust that can be changed  more...
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S Corporation
An S corporation is a corporation that for tax purposes  more...
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Salary Reduction Simplified Employee Pension Plan
A salary reduction simplified employee pension plan was an investment  more...
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Schedule A
Schedule A is an IRS form that accompanies the tax  more...
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Schedule D
Schedule D is an IRS income tax form. Taxpayers  more...
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Section 1031
Section 1031 refers to a portion of the U.S. tax  more...
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Section 1259
Section 1259 is a portion of the federal tax code  more...
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Section 1341 Credit
A section 1341 credit is a tax credit taxpayers may  more...
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Section 988
A section 988 refers to a tax rule governing capital  more...
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Self-Employed Person
In the United States, a self-employed person is any person  more...
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Self-Employment Tax
A self-employment tax is assessed by the IRS on the  more...
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SEP
A SEP, or Simplified Employee Pension, is a retirement plan  more...
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Short Tax Year
A short tax year is any period of less than  more...
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Simplified Employee Pension
A Simplified Employee Pension, or SEP, is a retirement plan  more...
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Sin Tax
Sin tax is a term that identifies a tax levied  more...
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Social Security Tax
The social security tax is a tax the federal government  more...
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Sole Proprietorship
A sole proprietorship is a business that one person owns,  more...
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Special Assessment Tax
A special assessment tax is a charge or levy a  more...
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Stamp Duty
A stamp duty broadly refers to any tax a government  more...
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Standard Deduction
A standard deduction is an amount of income that can  more...
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Standard Mileage Rate
The standard mileage rate refers to a federal tax deduction  more...
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State Income Tax
State income tax is a tax states levy on personal  more...
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Tax Advisor
A tax advisor is a specialist that offers tax expertise  more...
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Tax Base
A tax base is comprised of or refers to the  more...
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Tax Court
Tax court is a federal court wherein taxpayers can challenge  more...
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Tax Credit
A tax credit is a direct reduction in the amount  more...
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Tax Deduction
A tax deduction is a provision in the U.S. tax  more...
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Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982
The Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act of 1982 was  more...
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Tax Evasion
Tax evasion is the deliberate underpayment or non-payment of taxes  more...
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Tax Exempt
Tax exempt is a status or condition in which an  more...
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Tax Freedom Day
Tax freedom day is the day the average working American  more...
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Tax Haven
A tax haven is a territory where a person or  more...
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Tax Holiday
A tax holiday is a temporary reduction or elimination in  more...
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Tax Liability
A tax liability is simply a legal claim on assets  more...
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Tax Lien
A tax lien gives a governing, taxing authority a legal  more...
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Tax Planning
Tax planning is a process individuals, businesses, and organizations use  more...
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Tax Reform Act of 1986
The Tax Reform Act of 1986 constituted a major overhaul  more...
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Tax Refund
A tax refund is a payment by the IRS or  more...
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Tax Schedule
A tax schedule refers to the variety of forms used  more...
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Tax Shelter
A tax shelter is a legal means of lowering or  more...
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Tax Shield
A tax shield is a legal means of reducing income  more...
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Tax Swap
A tax swap is a method of realizing a capital  more...
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Tax Table
A tax table is a set of columns and rows  more...
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Tax Year
A tax year is a 12-month period initiated by a  more...
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Tax-Exempt Security
A tax-exempt security is an investment instrument that produces income  more...
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Tax-Free Savings Account
A tax-free savings account is a Canadian savings account that  more...
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Taxable Estate
Taxable estate is the fair market value of one's assets  more...
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Taxable Income
Taxable income is all income that is subject to taxation  more...
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Taxable Wage Base
The taxable wage base refers to the amount of wages  more...
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Taxation
Taxation is power of government in which a governing authority  more...
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Taxation Without Representation
Taxation without representation refers to a governance issue wherein a  more...
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Taxpayer Advocate Service
The Taxpayer Advocate Service is an independent office within the  more...
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Taxpayer Identification Number
A taxpayer identification number is a number the IRS uses  more...
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Terminally Ill
For IRS tax purposes, a person is considered terminally ill  more...
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TIN
A TIN, also known as a taxpayer identification number, is  more...
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Tip Income
Tip income is compensation in addition to salary or hourly  more...
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Total Tax
Total tax represent the total federal taxes a specific taxpayer  more...
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Transportation Expenses
Transportation expenses are the direct cost of traveling to conduct  more...
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Travel Expenses
Travel expenses are deductible business expenses incurred while traveling away  more...
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Trust Company
A trust company is a firm, usually associated with a  more...
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Underpayment Penalty
Underpayment penalty is a tax penalty assessed by the IRS  more...
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Unearned Income
Unearned income is any income that comes from sources other  more...
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Unemployment Income
Unemployment income is compensation received from state and federal programs  more...
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Uniform Gift to Minors Act
The Uniform Gift to Minors Act creates a custodial vehicle  more...
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Universal Life
Universal life insurance is a life insurance policy which combines  more...
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Useful Life
Useful life refers to the expected period of time that  more...
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Value Added Tax
A value added tax is sometimes referred to as VAT.  more...
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Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance is an IRS-sponsored program in which  more...
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W-2 Form
A W-2 Form is an income tax withholding document that  more...
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W-4 Form
A W-4 form is a US federal tax form on  more...
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W-8 Form
A W-8 Form is a request by a payer for  more...
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W-9 Form
A W-9 Form is a document issued by a payor  more...
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Wash Sale
A wash sale occurs if an investor sells a stock  more...
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Wash Sale Rule
The wash sale rule is an IRS rule that prohibits  more...
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Withholding
Withholding refers to the deduction of payroll taxes from an  more...
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Withholding Tax
A withholding tax is a tax automatically taken from income  more...
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