Taxes 2009 For Dummies

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The one-stop tax guide for the first-time or last-minute filer

Updated and revised for the 2008 tax year, Taxes 2009 For Dummies is the only tax guide on the market that walks readers through the major tax forms line by line, including the 1040 Schedules A through E. Filled with helpful tips and strategies for filing income tax returns accurately and on time, this book is aimed at individuals who want to do their own taxes without hiring a preparer. Financial expert Eric Tyson ...

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Overview

The one-stop tax guide for the first-time or last-minute filer

Updated and revised for the 2008 tax year, Taxes 2009 For Dummies is the only tax guide on the market that walks readers through the major tax forms line by line, including the 1040 Schedules A through E. Filled with helpful tips and strategies for filing income tax returns accurately and on time, this book is aimed at individuals who want to do their own taxes without hiring a preparer. Financial expert Eric Tyson teams up with tax experts Margaret Munro and David Silverman to answer the most frequently asked tax questions in plain English.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470249512
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 12/22/2008
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 552
  • Product dimensions: 8.10 (w) x 10.50 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Eric Tyson, MBA, is the author of For Dummies guides to personal finance, real estate, and investing, including the million-copy bestseller, Personal Finance For Dummies.

Margaret A. Munro, EA, is an enrolled agent with decades of experience in handling tax cases and the coauthor of Estate & Trust Administration For Dummies.

David J. Silverman, EA, is a tax advisor.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part I: Getting Ready to File.

Chapter 1: Understanding the U.S. Tax System.

Chapter 2: Tax Return Preparation Options and Tools.

Chapter 3: Getting and Staying Organized.

Chapter 4: No Form Fits All (Or, What Kind of Taxpayer Are You?).

Part II: Tackling the Various Forms.

Chapter 5: Easy Filing: 1040EZ and 1040A.

Chapter 6: Form 1040: Income Stuff.

Chapter 7: Form 1040, Part II: Adjustments to Income Stuff.

Chapter 8: The Rest of the 1040.

Part III: Filling Out Schedules and Other Forms.

Chapter 9: Itemized Deductions: Schedule A.

Chapter 10: Interest and Dividend Income: Schedule B (1040), Schedule 1 (1040A).

Chapter 11: Business Tax Schedules: C, C-EZ, and F.

Chapter 12: Capital Gains and Losses: Schedule D.

Chapter 13: Supplemental Income and Loss: Schedule E.

Chapter 14: Giving Credits Where Credits Are Due.

Chapter 15: Other Schedules and Forms to File.

Part IV: Audits and Errors: Dealing with the IRS.

Chapter 16: Dreaded Envelopes: IRS Notices, Assessments, and Audits.

Chapter 17: Fixing Mistakes the IRS Makes.

Chapter 18: Fixing Your Own Mistakes.

Part V: Year-Round Tax Planning.

Chapter 19: Tax-Wise Personal Finance Decisions.

Chapter 20: Reducing Taxes with Retirement Accounts.

Chapter 21: Small-Business Tax Planning.

Chapter 22: Your Investments and Taxes.

Chapter 23: Real Estate and Taxes.

Chapter 24: Children and Taxes.

Chapter 25: Estate Planning.

Part VI: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 26: Ten Tips for Reducing Your Chances of Being Audited.

Chapter 27: Ten Overlooked Tax-Reduction OpportunitiesChapter 28: Ten Tax Tips for Military Families.

Chapter 29: Ten Interview Questions for Tax Advisors.

Glossary.

Index.

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