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Educational Savings up to $$2,000
Sch B Threshold up to $1,500
College Tuition up to $3,000
Business Mileage down to 36cents
IRA deduction up to $3,000
Adoption expenses up to $10,000
New 10% tax rate
EIC max up to $4,140
Teachers expsnese $250 off income
Student Interest - No 60 month limit
Weight-Loss deductable under medical
Give up to $11,000 as gift
Less paper work for business under $250,000
$150 fee for Offer-In-Compromise
Did you know that according to a
GAO report, people who do their
taxes overpay an average of $610.
In 1913 - the first year of the US
Income Tax - a single individual
got to deduct a personal exemption
of $3,000. For the 2000 tax year,
a single exemption was $2,650.
Well now. If the tax of 1% in 1913
rose to 15% in 2000, and you throw
in a little inflation, the amount
of a personal exemption should be
So much for adjusting for inflation.
Also, in 1913 you did not have to file unless
you made $4,000. Adjusted for inflation,
you would not have to file today unless you
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In 1963 the tax rate on over
$200,000 was $156,820 plus
91% of that amount over
Our forefathers revolted against
taxation "Without Representation".
Think what they would do if they
time traveled to the present and
saw what taxation was like
You may NOT pay income
taxes by using pennies.
It is against the law.
The IRS does not make laws regarding taxes,
penalities, collections, etc. Their BOSS,
the US congress makes the laws, and
the IRS enforces them.
Keep your "cool" when doing taxes.