What tax bracket are you in, and what does that really mean? Your tax bracket, roughly speaking, is the tax rate you pay on your highest dollar of taxable income. Your tax bracket is not the tax rate you pay on all of your income after adjustments, deductions and exemptions.
Weekly Favorites: Differences Between the 1040 Federal Tax Form, New Tax Bill, Financial Literacy, 2013 Tax Rate Questions
Weekly Favorites: January 4, 2013 The Difference Between Form 1040, 1040A and 1040EZ by Teresa S. Wanting to know the true differences between the 1040 Federal tax form? These forms are actually much more similar than many people think. The only real difference between the forms is in the amount of information reported. Continue reading… […]
Have you ever wondered about how the movie business works? For your sake, I hope you never find out. Learning the secrets of the entertainment industry is like waking up every morning and finding out that the Easter Bunny killed Santa in a bloody fight to the death, and both of them were figments of […]