To be summoned by the IRS to appear in person and provide more information about your tax return
In regards to filling taxes; a deduction is the reduction of a person's income that will be taxed and paid to the IRS. In regards to paychecks: a deduction is an amount withheld from an employee's paycheck by the employer. This money goes to federal and state taxes and social insurance programs such as medicare, for example.
Certain allowances on the salary of a worker that are free from taxation
A request for more time to file taxes; an extension must be filed by April 15th, and it gives the taxpayer six more months to file a tax return
Also called total income, is all yours sources of income, including earned, unearned, and investment income
The total amount of money you earn in a paycheck before paying any taxes
Any money received or earned
Taxes that are placed on the income of individuals or businesses
The end results you want to achieve generally within one or two years.
The US government agency in charge of tax collection and tax law enforcement
A planned and deliberate effort aimed at achieving a specific end result; long -term goals will take five years or each even a lifetime to reach
The final salary of an individual workers after all taxes and deductions are subtracted
The amount of money you receive in a paycheck after all taxes are deducted
Federal taxes deducted from a payroll to pay for programs such as social security, medicare, and unemployment insurance
Take a larger Percentage of taxes from those who are in a higher income bracket and less from those in a lower income bracket
The financial preparation someone does prior to retirement; planning includes considering how much money will be needed upon retirement, and how to make sure that money is available
The compensation a company pays to an employee for work done, paid on a regular basis
A percentage of the prices of items purchased; collected by retailers and some service providers
The end results you want to achieve generally within one or two years
A tax withheld from your pay when you receive a paycheck; this tax is paid to the state
An amount that gets deducted from the total amount of taxes taxpayers owe the government
A reduction of the income that will be taxed
A standard from where taxpayers report their annual personal income and specify applicable deductions and exemption in in order to determine tax liability
The amount of earnings that is used to calculate what income tax is due
A tax that is the same amount of everyone, however,it typically burdens the lower income bracket by taking a large percentage of their available income
Any person or organization who pays taxes or is liable for taxation
Also called wage and tax statement; used to report wages paid to employees and the taxes withheld from them
A form completed by an employee to indicate his or hers tax situation to the employer
Crossword puzzles have been published in newspapers and other publications since 1873. They consist of a grid of squares where the player aims to write words both horizontally and vertically.
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