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January 11, 2006


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Alot of good points made in the article. Now a days the way to go with tax filing seems to be via online usually using some e-filing program.

Yea thoses are alot of the common mistakes made.

For those with simpler situations, paying for TurboTax or TaxCut is definitely the way to go. The people I know that do taxes on the side all use them, even though they know how. The "interview" process works well and triggers the required thoughts.

There is a free version of TurboTax available online if you have an AGI under $50k. I know a lot of folks who pay for TurboTax who could file for free with the site.

This article is incomplete and thus misleading. The reality is there are additional tax credits for small children (why did you specify a couple "with small children"? their ages don't matter so long as they're minors), childcare (Obama made childcare subsidies for IL under Welfare Reform much higher than Clinton allotted, tg- one of many reasons I voted for him) and elderly dependents. More average Americans than ever are taking in their elders for help with utterly unaffordable childcare (talk about a...

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