Prepare Your Taxes In a Weekend with TurboTax Deluxe

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Includes a clear, concise introduction to tax concepts--providing the foundation necessary for efficient tax preparation and planning and a glossary of terms defined in plain English.
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Overview

Includes a clear, concise introduction to tax concepts--providing the foundation necessary for efficient tax preparation and planning and a glossary of terms defined in plain English.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761519652
  • Publisher: Premier Press
  • Publication date: 1/6/1999
  • Series: In a Weekend Series
  • Pages: 361
  • Product dimensions: 7.39 (w) x 9.13 (h) x 0.84 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Friday Evening
Taking Control of Your Taxes
Where Do I Start?
Types of Individual Income Tax Returns
Other Tax Documents
Using Your Financial Records
Gathering Source Documents for Taxes
Keeping Tax Records
Storing Tax Records
Getting Tax Help
Take a Break
Key Changes in Tax Laws for 1998
Saving Taxes with a Child Care Credit
Reducing Taxes on Higher Education
Making a Tax-Free Profit on Your Home
Saving Taxes on Capital Gains and Losses
Escaping Tax with IRAs
Miscellaneous Tax Tidbits
What You Can Do Now to Save Taxes
Controlling Time
Year-End Tax-Planning Ideas
What's Next?
Saturday Morning
Getting Started with TurboTax
TurboTax to the Rescue!
Opening TurboTax
Exploring TurboTax
Let's Get Started
Getting Expert Tax Advice
Finding Information
Transferring Last Year's Data
Saving Your Tax File
Creating Other Tax Files
Importing Financial Data
Importing from Quicken
Importing Data from QuickBooks
Importing with a TXF File
Take a Break
To Interview or Not to Interview
Entering Personal Information
Marital Status
Entering Taxpayer Information
Using TurboTax for State Tax Returns
Choosing Your Filing Status and Using the Guide Me Feature
Claiming Dependents
What's Next?
Saturday Afternoon
Starting Your Federal Tax Return
Entering Wages, Salary, and Other W-2 Data
Customizing Your Interview
Making Sense of Your W-2s
Exploring the W-2 Boxes
Entering More W-2s
Checking on Your Refund or Tax Due
Entering 1099 Income
Entering Investment Income
Interest Income
Dividend Income
Original Issue Discount Income
Broker Transaction Income
Other Types of 1099 Income
Take a Break
Entering Schedule K-1 Information
Setting Up the K-1
Entering K-1 Distributions
Other Partnership Information
Reporting Business Income
Setting Up Your Sole Proprietorship
Valuing Inventory
Entering Business Income
Creating Supporting Schedules
Entering Business Expenses
Expensing Your Auto
Accounting for Business Assets
Selling an Asset
Writing Off a Home Office
Reporting Rents, Royalties, and Supplemental Income
Entering Other Income
What's Next?
Sunday Morning
Finishing Your Federal Tax Return
Adjusting Your Gross Income
Reviewing Your Work in Process
Determining Your Gross Income
Determining Your Standard Deduction
Itemizing Your Deductions
Deducting Home Interest and Taxes
Deducting Medical and Dental Costs
Deducting Charitable Donations
Take a Break
Taking the Tax out of Taxing
Deducting Vehicle Taxes
Entering Tax Payments
Deducting Financial Expenses
Deducting Other Expenses
Deducting Employee Business Expenses
Completing Form 2106
Deducting Casualty and Theft Losses
Deducting Moving Expenses
Contributions to Retirement Plans
Contributing to an IRA
Contributing to a Roth IRA
Entering Your IRA Information
Contributing to a Keogh, SEP, or SIMPLE Plan
Contributing to an MSA
Sales of Property
Reviewing Your Tax Liability
Computing Additional Taxes Due
Paying the Nanny Tax
Paying the Self-Employment Tax
Paying Tax on Tips
Determining the Alternative Minimum Tax
Paying Tax on Kiddie Income
Paying Other Taxes
Exploring Tax Credits
Child Tax Credit
Earned Income Credit
Dependent Care Credit
Educational Credit
Other Credits
What's Next?
Sunday Afternoon
Reviewing and Filing Your Returns
Filing Additional Tax Forms
Underpaying Estimated Taxes
Filing for an Extension
Changing Your Address
Selecting a Filing Method
Why File Electronically?
Why File Using the 1040PC Format?
Choosing Your State Filing Method
Paying Your Taxes
Moving on to Review
Updating TurboTax
Running Automatic Reviews
Deleting Forms and Supporting Detail Lists
Checking Overrides
Finding Deductions
Reviewing Audit Alerts
Comparing Averages
Getting Your Tax Report Card
Finishing Your Review
Take a Break
Setting Up TurboTax State
Ordering TurboTax State
Completing the State Interview
Filing and Printing Your Return(s)
Filing Electronically
Filing a 1040PC Return
Filing Paper-Based Returns
Proving You Filed on Time
Making the Deadline
The Buck Stops Here
Organizing Your 1998 Tax Records
Backing Up Your Data
Storing 1998 Tax Files
Setting Up 1999 Tax Files
What's Next?
Sunday Evening Bonus Session
Tax Estimates and Planning
Preparing Tax Estimates
Returning to the Interview
Determining Your Correct Withholding Level
Preparing Your W-4
Preparing Your 1040-ES
Reviewing 1998 Tax
Data Forecasting Your Taxes
Creating a Tax Plan
Planning for Estimated Taxes
Planning for Your IRAs
Implementing Your Tax Plan
Take a Break
Amending Your Return
Being Unable to Pay Taxes
Managing a Tax Audit
Types of Audits
Audit Triggers
Preparing for an Audit
Handling Audit Changes
Knowing Your Rights
Appendix A
Printing Forms from the IRS Web Site
Appendix B
Helpful Lists
Tax Record Checklist
Tax-Planning Tips
Top Ten Errors to Avoid
Hot Tax Audit Alerts
Employee or Independent Contractor?
State Tax Agencies: Web Sites
Where to File
Glossary
Index
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