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Basics of Filing (Chap. 1)

including:

  • Which form to file – Chap. 1
  • Filing for your children – Chap. 1
  • Filing as Head of Household – Chap. 1
  • Filing for married couples – Chap. 1

What Must You Report as Income? (Chaps. 2–11)

including:

  • Fringe Benefits – Chap. 3
  • Traditional & Roth IRAs – Chap. 8
  • Capital gains & losses – Chap. 5
  • Rental Income – Chap. 9

What Deductions Can You Claim? (Chaps. 12–21)

including:

  • Moving expenses – Chap. 12
  • Charitable deductions – Chap. 14
  • Casualty Loss – Chap. 18
  • Who is a dependent? – Chap. 21

How Much Tax Do You Owe? (Chaps. 22–27)

including:

  • The AMT – Chap. 23
  • Personal tax credits – Chap. 25
  • Your child's tax – Chap. 24
  • Estimated taxes – Chap. 27

Strategies to Save You Taxes (Chaps. 28–39)

including:

  • Tax-free residence sales – Chap. 29
  • Armed forces rules – Chap. 35
  • Investing in securities – Chap. 30
  • Tax credits for education – Chap. 33

Planning Ideas for Your Business (Chaps. 40–45)

including:

  • Home office deduction – Chap. 40
  • Auto expenses – Chap. 43
  • Keogh, Simple, or SEP – Chap. 41
  • Self-employment tax – Chap. 45

Now That You're Done (Chaps. 46–48)

including:

  • Electronic filing – Chap. 46
  • IRS Audits – Chap. 48
  • Filing extensions – Chap. 46
  • Amended returns – Chap. 47

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America's number one bestselling tax guide offers the best balance of thoroughness,organization, and usability

For over half a century, more than 39 million Americans have turned to J.K. Lasser foreasy-to-follow, expert advice and guidance on planning and filing their taxes. Written by ateam of tax specialists, J.K. Lasser's Your Income Tax 2013 includes all theoutstanding features that have made this book the nation's all-time top-selling tax guide. Itcovers some of the most important topics associated with your taxes, from what must you reportas income and strategies that will save you on taxes to how much tax do you actually owe andwhat deductions can you claim.

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Table of Contents

Chapter by Chapter

What’s New for 2012 xxv

Key Tax Numbers for 2012 xxviii

Looking Ahead to 2013 xxxi

FILING BASICS 1

Do You Have to File a 2012 Tax Return? 3

Filing Tests for Dependents: 2012 Returns 4

Where to File 5

Filing Deadlines (on or before) 6

Choosing Which Tax Form to File 8

Filing Status 9

1.1 Which Filing Status Should You Use? 10

1.2 Tax Rates Based on Filing Status 10

1.3 Filing Separately Instead of Jointly 11

1.4 Filing a Joint Return 13

1.5 Nonresident Alien Spouse 14

1.6 Community Property Rules 14

1.7 Innocent Spouse Rules 16

1.8 Separate Liability Election for Former Spouses 16

1.9 Equitable Relief 20

1.10 Death of Your Spouse in 2012 21

1.11 Qualifying Widow(er) Status If Your Spouse Died in 2011 or 2010 22

1.12 Qualifying as Head of Household 22

1.13 Filing for Your Child 24

1.14 Return for Deceased 25

1.15 Return for an Incompetent Person 26

1.16 How a Nonresident Alien Is Taxed 27

1.17 How a Resident Alien Is Taxed 27

1.18 Who Is a Resident Alien? 27

1.19 When an Alien Leaves the United States 30

1.20 Expatriation Tax 30

REPORTING YOUR INCOME 31

Wages, Salary, and Other Compensation 33

2.1 Salary and Wage Income 36

2.2 Constructive Receipt of Year-End Paychecks 37

2.3 Pay Received in Property Is Taxed 37

2.4 Commissions Taxable When Credited 38

2.5 Unemployment Benefits 38

2.6 Strike Pay Benefits and Penalties 39

2.7 Nonqualifi ed Deferred Compensation 39

2.8 Did You Return Wages Received in a Prior Year? 41

2.9 Waiver of Executor’s and Trustee’s Commissions 41

2.10 Life Insurance Benefits 41

2.11 Educational Benefits for Employees’ Children 42

2.12 Sick Pay Is Taxable 43

2.13 Workers’ Compensation Is Tax Free 43

2.14 Disability Pensions 44

2.15 Stock Appreciation Rights (SARs) 45

2.16 Stock Options 45

2.17 Restricted Stock 48

Fringe Benefits 50

3.1 Tax-Free Health and Accident Coverage Under Employer Plans 52

3.2 Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and Archer MSAs 53

3.3 Reimbursements and Other Tax-Free Payments From Employer Health and Accident Plans 55

3.4 Group-Term Life Insurance Premiums 57

3.5 Dependent Care Assistance 59

3.6 Adoption Benefi ts 59

3.7 Education Assistance Plans 60

3.8 Company Cars, Parking, and Transit Passes 60

3.9 Working Condition Fringe Benefi ts 62

3.10 De Minimis Fringe Benefi ts 63

3.11 Employer-Provided Retirement Advice 64

3.12 Employee Achievement Awards 64

3.13 Employer-Furnished Meals or Lodging 64

3.14 Minister’s Rental or Housing Allowance 67

3.15 Cafeteria Plans Provide Choice of Benefits 68

3.16 Flexible Spending Arrangements 69

3.17 Company Services Provided at No Additional Cost 70

3.18 Discounts on Company Products or Services 71

Dividend and Interest Income 72

4.1 Reporting Dividends and Mutual-Fund Distributions 73

4.2 Qualifi ed Corporate Dividends Taxed at Favorable Capital Gain Rates 74

4.3 Dividends From a Partnership, S Corporation, Estate, or Trust 75

4.4 Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) Dividends 75

4.5 Taxable Dividends of Earnings and Profits 76

4.6 Stock Dividends on Common Stock 76

4.7 Dividends Paid in Property 76

4.8 Taxable Stock Dividends 77

4.9 Who Reports the Dividends 77

4.10 Year Dividends Are Reported 78

4.11 Distribution Not Out of Earnings: Return of Capital 78

4.12 Reporting Interest on Your Tax Return 79

4.13 Interest on Frozen Accounts Not Taxed 80

4.14 Interest Income on Debts Owed to You 80

4.15 Reporting Interest on Bonds Bought or Sold 81

4.16 Forfeiture of Interest on Premature Withdrawals 82

4.17 Amortization of Bond Premium 82

4.18 Discount on Bonds 83

4.19 Reporting Original Issue Discount on Your Return 84

4.20 Reporting Income on Market Discount Bonds 85

4.21 Discount on Short-Term Obligations 86

4.22 Stripped Coupon Bonds and Stock 87

4.23 Sale or Retirement of Bonds and Notes 88

4.24 State and City Interest Generally Tax Exempt 88

4.25 Taxable State and City Interest 89

4.26 Tax-Exempt Bonds Bought at a Discount 89

4.27 Treasury Bills, Notes, and Bonds 90

4.28 Interest on United States Savings Bonds 91

4.29 Deferring United States Savings Bond Interest 92

4.30 Minimum Interest Rules 93

4.31 Interest-Free or Below-Market-Interest Loans 93

4.32 Minimum Interest on Seller-Financed Sales 95

Reporting Property Sales 97

5.1 General Tax Rules for Property Sales 98

5.2 How Property Sales Are Classified and Taxed 98

5.3 Capital Gains Rates and Holding Periods 99

5.4 Capital Losses and Carryovers 102

5.5 Capital Losses of Married Couples 103

5.6 Losses May Be Disallowed on Sales to Related Persons 103

5.7 Deferring or Excluding Gain on Small Business Stock Investment 105

5.8 Sample Entries of Capital Asset Sales on Form 8949 and on Schedule D 106

5.9 Counting the Months in Your Holding Period 113

5.10 Holding Period for Securities 113

5.11 Holding Period for Real Estate 114

5.12 Holding Period: Gifts, Inheritances, and Other Property 114

5.13 Calculating Gain or Loss 115

5.14 Amount Realized Is the Total Selling Price 116

5.15 Finding Your Cost 116

5.16 Unadjusted Basis of Your Property 116

5.17 Basis of Property You Inherited or Received as a Gift 118

5.18 Joint Tenancy Basis Rules for Surviving Tenants 120

5.19 Allocating Cost Among Several Assets 122

5.20 How To Find Adjusted Basis 123

5.21 Tax Advantage of Installment Sales 124

5.22 Figuring the Taxable Part of Installment Payments 125

5.23 Electing Not To Report on the Installment Method 128

5.24 Restriction on Installment Sales to Relatives 128

5.25 Contingent Payment Sales 129

5.26 Using Escrow and Other Security Arrangements 130

5.27 Minimum Interest on Deferred Payment Sales 131

5.28 Dispositions of Installment Notes 131

5.29 Repossession of Personal Property Sold on Installment 132

5.30 Boot in Like-Kind Exchange Payable in Installments 133

5.31 “Interest” Tax on Sales Over $150,000 Plus $5 Million Debt 134

5.32 Worthless Securities 134

5.33 Tax Consequences of Bad Debts 135

5.34 Four Rules To Prove a Bad Debt Deduction 137

5.35 Family Bad Debts 137

Tax-Free Exchanges of Property 139

6.1 Trades of Like-Kind Property 140

6.2 Personal Property Held for Business or Investment 141

6.3 Receipt of Cash and Other Property—“Boot” 142

6.4 Time Limits and Security Arrangements for Deferred Exchanges 144

6.5 Qualifi ed Exchange Accommodation Arrangements (QEAAs) for Reverse Exchanges 147

6.6 Exchanges Between Related Parties 147

6.7 Property Transfers Between Spouses and Ex-Spouses 148

6.8 Tax-Free Exchanges of Stock in Same Corporation 150

6.9 Joint Ownership Interests 151

6.10 Setting up Closely Held Corporations 151

6.11 Exchanges of Coins and Bullion 151

6.12 Tax-Free Exchanges of Insurance Policies 152

Retirement and Annuity Income 154

7.1 Retirement Distributions on Form 1099-R 156

7.2 Lump-Sum Distributions 158

7.3 Lump-Sum Options If You Were Born Before January 2, 1936 159

7.4 Averaging on Form 4972 159

7.5 Capital Gain Treatment for Pre-1974 Participation 161

7.6 Lump-Sum Payments Received by Beneficiary 161

7.7 Tax-Free Rollovers From Qualified Plans 162

7.8 Direct Rollover or Personal Rollover 163

7.9 Rollover of Proceeds From Sale of Property 166

7.10 Distribution of Employer Stock or Other Securities 166

7.11 Survivor Annuity for Spouse 167

7.12 Court Distributions to Former Spouse Under a QDRO 168

7.13 When Retirement Benefi ts Must Begin 169

7.14 Payouts to Benefi ciaries 169

7.15 Penalty for Distributions Before Age 59½ 170

7.16 Restrictions on Loans From Company Plans 172

7.17 Tax Benefi ts of 401(k) Plans 173

7.18 Limit on Salary-Reduction Deferrals 174

7.19 Withdrawals From 401(k) Plans Restricted 175

7.20 Designated Roth Contributions to 401(k) Plans 176

7.21 Annuities for Employees of Tax-Exempts and Schools (403(b) Plans) 176

7.22 Government and Exempt Organization Deferred Pay Plans 178

7.23 Figuring the Taxable Part of Your Annuity 178

7.24 Life Expectancy Tables 183

7.25 When You Convert Your Endowment Policy 184

7.26 Reporting Employee Annuities 184

7.27 Simplifi ed Method for Calculating Taxable Employee Annuity 185

7.28 Employee’s Cost in Annuity 187

7.29 Withdrawals From Employer’s Qualified Retirement Plan Before Annuity Starting Date 187

IRAs 188

8.1 Starting a Traditional IRA 189

8.2 Traditional IRA Contributions Must Be Based on Earnings 190

8.3 Contributions to a Traditional IRA If You Are Married 191

8.4 IRA Deduction Restrictions for Active Participants in Employer Plan 193

8.5 Active Participation in Employer Plan 196

8.6 Nondeductible Contributions to Traditional IRAs 197

8.7 Penalty for Excess Contributions to Traditional IRAs 198

8.8 Taxable Distributions From Traditional IRAs 198

8.9 Partially Tax-Free Traditional IRA Distributions Allocable to Nondeductible Contributions 200

8.10 Tax-Free Rollovers and Direct Transfers to Traditional IRAs 202

8.11 Transfer of Traditional IRA to Spouse at Divorce 204

8.12 Penalty for Traditional IRA Withdrawals Before Age 59½ 204

8.13 Mandatory Distributions From a Traditional IRA After Age 70½ 208

8.14 Inherited Traditional IRAs 211

8.15 SEP Basics 217

8.16 Salary-Reduction SEP Set Up Before 1997 217

8.17 Who Is Eligible for a SIMPLE IRA? 217

8.18 SIMPLE IRA Contributions and Distributions 218

8.19 Roth IRA Advantages 219

8.20 Annual Contributions to a Roth IRA 220

8.21 Converting a Traditional IRA to a Roth IRA 221

8.22 Recharacterizations and Reconversions 222

8.23 Distributions From a Roth IRA 224

8.24 Distributions to Roth IRA Beneficiaries 226

Income From Real Estate Rentals and Royalties 228

9.1 Reporting Rental Real Estate Income and Expenses 229

9.2 Checklist of Rental Deductions 229

9.3 Distinguishing Between a Repair and an Improvement 231

9.4 Reporting Rents From a Multi-Unit Residence 232

9.5 Depreciation on Converting a Home to Rental Property 233

9.6 Renting a Residence to a Relative 234

9.7 Personal Use and Rental of a Residence During the Year 235

9.8 Counting Personal-Use Days and Rental Days for a Residence 236

9.9 Allocating Expenses of a Residence to Rental Days 237

9.10 Rentals Lacking Profi t Motive 239

9.11 Reporting Royalty Income 240

9.12 Production Costs of Books and Creative Properties 241

9.13 Deducting the Cost of Patents or Copyrights 241

9.14 Intangible Drilling Costs 242

9.15 Depletion Deduction 242

9.16 Oil and Gas Percentage Depletion 243

Loss Restrictions: Passive Activities and At-Risk Limits 245

10.1 Rental Activities 246

10.2 Rental Real Estate Loss Allowance of up to $25,000 248

10.3 Real Estate Professionals 251

10.4 Participation May Avoid Passive Loss Restrictions 253

10.5 Classifying Business Activities as One or Several 253

10.6 Material Participation Tests for Business 255

10.7 Tax Credits of Passive Activities Limited 257

10.8 Determining Passive or Nonpassive Income and Loss 257

10.9 Passive Income Recharacterized as Nonpassive Income 259

10.10 Working Interests in Oil and Gas Wells 262

10.11 Partners and Members of LLCs and LLPs 262

10.12 Form 8582 263

10.13 Suspended Losses Allowed on Disposition of Your Interest 264

10.14 Suspended Tax Credits 265

10.15 Personal Service and Closely Held Corporations 266

10.16 Sales of Property and of Passive Activity Interests 267

10.17 At-Risk Limits 268

10.18 What Is At Risk? 269

10.19 Amounts Not At Risk 270

10.20 At-Risk Investment in Several Activities 271

10.21 Carryover of Disallowed Losses 272

10.22 Recapture of Losses Where At Risk Is Less Th an Zero 272

Other Income 273

11.1 Prizes and Awards 274

11.2 Lottery and Sweepstake Winnings 274

11.3 Gambling Winnings and Losses 274

11.4 Gifts and Inheritances 276

11.5 Refunds of State and Local Income Tax Deductions 276

11.6 Other Recovered Deductions 279

11.7 How Legal Damages Are Taxed 280

11.8 Cancellation of Debts You Owe 282

11.9 Schedule K-1 286

11.10 How Partners Report Partnership Profit and Loss 287

11.11 When a Partner Reports Income or Loss 288

11.12 Partnership Loss Limitations 288

11.13 Unifi ed Tax Audits of Partnerships 288

11.14 Stockholder Reporting of S Corporation Income and Loss 289

11.15 How Benefi ciaries Report Estate or Trust Income 290

11.16 Reporting Income in Respect of a Decedent (IRD) 290

11.17 Deduction for Estate Tax Attributable to IRD 290

11.18 How Life Insurance Proceeds Are Taxed to a Beneficiary 291

11.19 A Policy With a Family Income Rider 292

11.20 Selling or Surrendering Life Insurance Policy 292

11.21 Jury Duty Fees 293

11.22 Foster Care Payments 293

CLAIMING DEDUCTIONS 295

Deductions Allowed in Figuring Adjusted Gross Income 297

12.1 Figuring Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) 298

12.2 Claiming Deductions From Gross Income 298

12.3 What Moving Costs Are Deductible? 301

12.4 The Distance Test 302

12.5 The 39-Week Test for Employees 303

12.6 The 78-Week Test for the Self-Employed and Partners 304

12.7 Claiming Deductible Moving Expenses 304

12.8 Reimbursements of Moving Expenses 305

Claiming the Standard Deduction or Itemized Deductions 306

13.1 Claiming the Standard Deduction 308

13.2 Husbands and Wives Filing Separate Returns 309

13.3 Standard Deduction If 65 or Older or Blind 310

13.4 Standard Deduction for Dependents 311

13.5 Prepaying or Postponing Itemized Expenses 312

13.6 No Phaseout of Itemized Deductions 312

Charitable Contribution Deductions 313

14.1 Deductible Contributions 314

14.2 Nondeductible Contributions 315

14.3 Contributions That Provide You With Benefits 316

14.4 Unreimbursed Expenses of Volunteer Workers 318

14.5 Support of a Student in Your Home 319

14.6 What Kind of Property Are You Donating? 319

14.7 Cars, Clothing, and Other Property Valued Below Cost 323

14.8 Bargain Sales of Appreciated Property 324

14.9 Art Objects 325

14.10 Interests in Real Estate 327

14.11 Life Insurance 328

14.12 Business Inventory 329

14.13 Donations Th rough Trusts 329

14.14 Records Needed To Substantiate Your Contributions 329

14.15 Form 8283 and Written Appraisal Requirements for Property Donations 331

14.16 Penalty for Substantial Overvaluation of Property 333

14.17 Ceiling on Charitable Contributions 333

14.18 Carryover for Excess Donations 335

14.19 Election To Reduce Fair Market Value by Appreciation 336

Itemized Deduction for Interest Expenses 337

15.1 Home Mortgage Interest 338

15.2 Home Acquisition Loans 339

15.3 Home Equity Loans 341

15.4 Home Construction Loans 341

15.5 Home Improvement Loans 343

15.6 Mortgage Insurance Premiums and Other Payment Rules 343

15.7 Interest on Refi nanced Loans 344

15.8 “Points” 345

15.9 Cooperative and Condominium Apartments 347

15.10 Investment Interest Limitations 347

15.11 Debts To Carry Tax-Exempt Obligations 349

15.12 Earmarking Use of Loan Proceeds For Investment or Business 349

15.13 Year To Claim an Interest Deduction 351

15.14 Prepaid Interest 351

Deductions for Taxes 353

16.1 Deductible Taxes 354

16.2 Nondeductible Taxes 355

16.3 State and Local Income Taxes or General Sales Taxes 355

16.4 Deducting Real Estate Taxes 356

16.5 Assessments 357

16.6 Tenants’ Payment of Taxes 357

16.7 Allocating Taxes When You Sell or Buy Realty 357

16.8 Automobile License Fees 359

16.9 Taxes Deductible as Business Expenses 359

16.10 Foreign Taxes 359

Medical and Dental Expense Deductions 360

17.1 Medical Expenses Must Exceed AGI Threshold 361

17.2 Allowable Medical Care Costs 361

17.3 Nondeductible Medical Expenses 365

17.4 Reimbursements Reduce Deductible Expenses 365

17.5 Premiums of Medical Care Policies 367

17.6 Expenses of Your Spouse 368

17.7 Expenses of Your Dependents 369

17.8 Decedent’s Medical Expenses 370

17.9 Travel Costs May Be Medical Deductions 370

17.10 Schooling for the Mentally or Physically Disabled 372

17.11 Nursing Homes 373

17.12 Nurses’ Wages 373

17.13 Home Improvements as Medical Expenses 374

17.14 Costs Deductible as Business Expenses 375

17.15 Long-Term Care Premiums and Services 376

17.16 Life Insurance Used by Chronically ill or Terminally ill Persons 377

Casualty and Theft Losses and Involuntary Conversions 378

18.1 Sudden Event Test for Casualty Losses 379

18.2 When To Deduct a Casualty Loss 381

18.3 Disaster Losses 382

18.4 Who May Deduct a Casualty Loss 384

18.5 Bank Deposit Losses 385

18.6 Damage to Trees and Shrubs 386

18.7 Deducting Damage to Your Car 387

18.8 Proving a Casualty Loss 387

18.9 Th eft Losses 388

18.10 Proving a Theft Loss 389

18.11 Nondeductible Casualty and Theft Losses 389

18.12 Floors for Personal-Use Property Losses 390

18.13 Figuring Your Loss on Form 4684 391

18.14 Personal and Business Use of Property 393

18.15 Repairs May Be a “Measure of Loss” 394

18.16 Insurance Reimbursements 394

18.17 Excess Living Costs Paid by Insurance Are Not Taxable 394

18.18 Do Your Casualty or Th eft Losses Exceed Your Income? 396

18.19 Defer Gain by Replacing Property 396

18.20 Involuntary Conversions Qualifying for Tax Deferral 396

18.21 How To Elect To Defer Tax 397

18.22 Time Period for Buying Replacement Property 397

18.23 Types of Qualifying Replacement Property 399

18.24 Cost of Replacement Property Determines Postponed Gain 400

18.25 Special Assessments and Severance Damages 400

18.26 Reporting Gains From Casualties 401

Deducting Job Costs and Other Miscellaneous Expenses 402

19.1 2% AGI Floor Reduces Most Miscellaneous Expenses 403

19.2 Eff ect of 2% AGI Floor on Deductions 404

19.3 Checklist of Job Expenses Subject to the 2% AGI Floor 404

19.4 Job Expenses Not Subject to the 2% AGI Floor 405

19.5 Dues and Subscriptions 405

19.6 Uniforms and Work Clothes 406

19.7 Expenses of Looking for a New Job 407

19.8 Local Transportation Costs 408

19.9 Unusual Job Expenses 408

19.10 Computers Bought for Work 409

19.11 Cell Phones, Calculators, Copiers and Fax Machines 410

19.12 Small Tools 410

19.13 Employee Home Office Deductions 410

19.14 Telephone Costs 411

19.15 Checklist of Deductible Investment Expenses 411

19.16 Costs of Tax Return Preparation and Audits 413

19.17 Deducting Legal Costs 414

19.18 Contingent Fees Paid Out of Taxable Awards 415

Travel and Entertainment Expense Deductions 416

20.1 Deduction Guide for Travel and Transportation Expenses 417

20.2 Commuting Expenses 417

20.3 Overnight-Sleep Test Limits Deduction of Meal Costs 418

20.4 IRS Meal Allowance 420

20.5 Business Trip Deductions 421

20.6 Local Lodging Costs 422

20.7 When Are You Away From Home? 422

20.8 Fixing a Tax Home If You Work in Different Locations 423

20.9 Tax Home of Married Couple Working in Different Cities 424

20.10 Deducting Living Costs on Temporary Assignment 424

20.11 Business-Vacation Trips Within the United States 426

20.12 Business-Vacation Trips Outside the United States 426

20.13 Deducting Expenses of Business Conventions 428

20.14 Travel Expenses of a Spouse or Dependents 429

20.15 Restrictions on Foreign Conventions and Cruises 429

20.16 50% Deduction Limit 430

20.17 Th e Restrictive Tests for Meals and Entertainment 430

20.18 Directly Related Dining and Entertainment 430

20.19 Goodwill Entertainment 431

20.20 Home Entertaining 431

20.21 Your Personal Share of Entertainment Costs 431

20.22 Entertainment Costs of Spouses 432

20.23 Entertainment Facilities and Club Dues 432

20.24 Restrictive Test Exception for Reimbursements 432

20.25 50% Cost Limitation on Meals and Entertainment 432

20.26 Business Gift Deductions Are Limited 434

20.27 Record-Keeping Requirements 435

20.28 Proving Travel and Entertainment Expenses 435

20.29 Reporting T&E Expenses If You Are Self-Employed 436

20.30 Employee Reporting of Unreimbursed T&E Expenses 437

20.31 Tax Treatment of Reimbursements 437

20.32 What Is an Accountable Plan? 438

20.33 Per Diem Travel Allowance Under Accountable Plans 439

20.34 Automobile Mileage Allowance 440

20.35 Reimbursements Under Non-Accountable Plans 441

Personal Exemptions 442

21.1 How Many Exemptions May You Claim? 443

21.2 Your Spouse as an Exemption 444

21.3 Qualifying Children 444

21.4 Qualifying Relatives 446

21.5 Meeting the Support Test for a Qualifying Relative 448

21.6 Multiple Support Agreements 451

21.7 Special Rule for Divorced or Separated Parents 452

21.8 The Dependent Must Meet a Citizen or Resident Test 453

21.9 The Dependent Does Not File a Joint Return 453

21.10 Spouses’ Names and Social Security Numbers on Joint Return 453

21.11 Reporting Social Security Numbers of Dependents 454

21.12 Personal Exemptions Not Subject to Phaseout for 2012 454

PERSONAL TAX COMPUTATIONS 455

Figuring Your Regular Income Tax Liability 457

22.1 Taxable Income and Regular Income Tax Liability 458

22.2 Using the Tax Table 458

22.3 Tax Computation Worksheet 459

22.4 Tax Calculation If You Have Net Capital Gain or Qualified Dividends 459

22.5 Foreign Earned Income Tax Worksheet 459

22.6 Income Averaging for Farmers and Fishermen 459

22.7 Tax Credits 460

Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) 461

23.1 Computing Alternative Minimum Tax on Form 6251 462

23.2 Adjustments and Preferences for AMT 464

23.3 Tax Credits Allowed Against AMT 467

23.4 AMT Tax Credit From Regular Tax 467

23.5 Avoiding AMT 468

Computing the “Kiddie Tax” on Your Child’s Investment Income 469

24.1 Filing Your Child’s Return 470

24.2 Children Subject to “Kiddie Tax” for 2012 471

24.3 Computing “Kiddie Tax” on Child’s Return 472

24.4 Parent’s Election To Report Child’s Dividends and Interest 473

Personal Tax Credits Reduce Your Tax Liability 475

25.1 Overview of Personal Tax Credits 476

25.2 Child Tax Credit for Children Under Age 17 476

25.3 Figuring the Child Tax Credit 477

25.4 Qualifying for Child and Dependent Care Credit 478

25.5 Limits on the Dependent Care Credit 478

25.6 Earned Income Test for Dependent Care Credit 480

25.7 Credit Allowed for Care of Qualifying Persons 480

25.8 Expenses Qualifying for the Dependent Care Credit 481

25.9 Dependent Care Credit Rules for Separated Couples 482

25.10 Qualifying Tests for EIC 482

25.11 Income Tests for Earned Income Credit (EIC) 484

25.12 Look up EIC in Government Tables 485

25.13 Qualifying for the Adoption Credit 485

25.14 Claiming the Adoption Credit on Form 8839 485

25.15 Eligibility for the Saver’s Credit 487

25.16 Figuring the Saver’s Credit 487

25.17 Health Coverage Credit 488

25.18 Mortgage Interest Credit 488

25.19 Residential Energy Credits 488

25.20 Credits for Fuel Cell Vehicles and Plug-in Electric Vehicles 489

25.21 Repayment of the First-Time Homebuyer Credit 490

Tax Withholdings 491

26.1 Withholdings Should Cover Estimated Tax 492

26.2 Income Taxes Withheld on Wages 492

26.3 Low Earners May Be Exempt From Withholding 493

26.4 Are You Withholding the Right Amount? 493

26.5 Voluntary Withholding on Government Payments 494

26.6 When Tips Are Subject to Withholding 494

26.7 Withholding on Gambling Winnings 495

26.8 FICA Withholdings 495

26.9 Withholding on Retirement Distributions 496

26.10 Backup Withholding 497

Estimated Tax Payments 498

27.1 Do You Owe an Estimated Tax Penalty for 2012? 499

27.2 Planning Estimated Tax Payments for 2013 500

27.3 Dates for Paying Estimated Tax Installments for 2013 501

27.4 Estimates by Husband and Wife 502

27.5 Adjusting Your Payments During the Year 502

TAX PLANNING 505

Tax Planning Overview 507

28.1 Tax-Saving Opportunities 508

28.2 When To Defer Income and Accelerate Deductions 509

28.3 Watch for Tax Law Changes 510

28.4 Additional Medicare Taxes Take Effect in 2013 510

Tax Savings for Residence Sales 511

29.1 Avoiding Tax on Sale of Principal Residence 512

29.2 Meeting the Ownership and Use Tests 513

29.3 Home Sales by Married Persons 516

29.4 Reduced Maximum Exclusion 517

29.5 Figuring Gain or Loss 520

29.6 Figuring Adjusted Basis 521

29.7 Personal and Business Use of a Home 521

29.8 No Loss Allowed on Personal Residence 522

29.9 Loss on Residence Converted to Rental Property 524

29.10 Loss on Residence Acquired by Gift or Inheritance 525

Tax Rules for Investors in Securities 526

30.1 Planning Year-End Securities Transactions 527

30.2 Earmarking Stock Lots 527

30.3 Sale of Stock Dividends 528

30.4 Stock Rights 528

30.5 Short Sales of Stock 529

30.6 Wash Sales 531

30.7 Convertible Stocks and Bonds 533

30.8 Constructive Sales of Appreciated Financial Positions 533

30.9 Straddle Losses 534

30.10 Capital Gain Restricted on Conversion Transactions 537

30.11 Puts and Calls and Index Options 537

30.12 Investing in Tax-Exempts 538

30.13 Ordinary Loss for Small Business Stock (Section 1244) 539

30.14 Series EE Bonds 539

30.15 I Bonds 541

30.16 Trader, Dealer, or Investor? 541

30.17 Mark-to-Market Election for Traders 542

Tax Savings for Investors in Real Estate 544

31.1 Real Estate Ventures 545

31.2 Sales of Subdivided Land—Dealer or Investor? 546

31.3 Exchanging Real Estate Without Tax 547

31.4 Timing Your Real Property Sales 548

31.5 Cancellation of a Lease 548

31.6 Sale of an Option 549

31.7 Granting of an Easement 549

31.8 Special Tax Credits for Real Estate Investments 550

31.9 Foreclosures, Repossessions, Short Sales, and Voluntary Conveyances to Creditors 551

31.10 Restructuring Mortgage Debt 552

31.11 Abandonments 553

31.12 Seller’s Repossession After Buyer’s Default on Mortgage 554

31.13 Foreclosure on Mortgages Other Th an Purchase Money 555

31.14 Foreclosure Sale to Th ird Party 556

31.15 Transferring Mortgaged Realty 556

Tax Rules for Investors in Mutual Funds 557

32.1 Timing of Your Investment Can Affect Your Taxes 558

32.2 Reinvestment Plans 558

32.3 Mutual-Fund Distributions Reported on Form 1099-DIV 558

32.4 Tax-Exempt Bond Funds 559

32.5 Fund Expenses 559

32.6 Tax Credits From Mutual Funds 559

32.7 How To Report Mutual Fund Distributions 561

32.8 Redemptions and Exchanges of Fund Shares 561

32.9 Basis of Redeemed Shares 561

32.10 Comparison of Basis Methods 563

Educational Tax Benefi ts 565

33.1 Scholarships and Grants 566

33.2 Tuition Reductions for College Employees 566

33.3 How Fulbright Awards Are Taxed 566

33.4 United States Savings Bond Tuition Plans 566

33.5 Contributing to a Qualified Tuition Program (Section 529 Plan) 568

33.6 Distributions From Qualified Tuition Programs (Section 529 Plans) 568

33.7 Education Tax Credits 570

33.8 American Opportunity Credit 571

33.9 Lifetime Learning Credit 572

33.10 Contributing to a Coverdell Education Savings Account (ESA) 573

33.11 Distributions From Coverdell ESAs 574

33.12 Tuition and Fees Deduction 576

33.13 Student Loan Interest Deduction 577

33.14 Types of Deductible Work-Related Costs 578

33.15 Work-Related Tests for Education Costs 579

33.16 Local Transportation and Travel Away From Home To Take Courses 581

Special Tax Rules for Senior Citizens 583

34.1 Senior Citizens Get Certain Filing Breaks 584

34.2 Social Security Benefi ts Subject to Tax 584

34.3 Computing Taxable Social Security Benefits 586

34.4 Election for Lump-Sum Social Security Benefit Payment 586

34.5 Retiring on Social Security Benefits 587

34.6 How Tax on Social Security Reduces Your Earnings 587

34.7 Claiming the Credit for the Elderly and Disabled 588

34.8 Base Amount for the Elderly or Disabled Credit 589

34.9 Reduction of the Base Amount and Liability Limitation for the Credit 589

34.10 Tax Effects of Moving to a Continuing Care Facility 590

34.11 Medicare Part B and Part D Premiums for 2013 591

Members of the Armed Forces 592

35.1 Taxable Armed Forces Pay and Benefits 593

35.2 Tax-Free Armed Forces Benefits 593

35.3 Deductions for Armed Forces Personnel 595

35.4 Tax-Free Pay for Service in Combat Zone 595

35.5 Tax Deadlines Extended for Combat Zone or Contingency Operation Service 597

35.6 Tax Forgiveness for Combat Zone or Terrorist or Military Action Deaths 597

35.7 Extension To Pay Your Tax When Entering the Service 598

35.8 Tax Information for Reservists 598

How To Treat Foreign Earned Income 600

36.1 Claiming the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion 601

36.2 What Is Foreign Earned Income? 601

36.3 Qualifying for the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion 603

36.4 How To Treat Housing Costs 604

36.5 Meeting the Foreign Residence or Physical Presence Test 605

36.6 Claiming Deductions 606

36.7 Exclusion Not Established When Your Return Is Due 607

36.8 Tax-Free Meals and Lodging for Workers in Camps 608

36.9 Virgin Islands, Samoa, Guam, and Northern Marianas 608

36.10 Earnings in Puerto Rico 608

36.11 Tax Treaties With Foreign Countries 608

36.12 Exchange Rates and Blocked Currency 608

36.13 Foreign Tax Credit 609

Planning Alimony and Marital Settlements 611

37.1 Planning Alimony Agreements 612

37.2 Decree or Agreement Required 612

37.3 Cash Payments Required 614

37.4 Payments Must Stop at Death 614

37.5 Child Support Payments Are Not Alimony 615

37.6 No Minimum Payment Period for Alimony 616

37.7 3rd Year Recapture If Alimony Drops by More Than $15,000 616

37.8 Legal Fees of Marital Settlements 617

Household Employment Taxes (“Nanny Tax”) 618

38.1 Who Is a Household Employee? 619

38.2 Social Security and Medicare (FICA) Taxes for Household Employees 619

38.3 Filing Schedule H To Report Household Employment Taxes 620

38.4 Federal Unemployment Taxes (FUTA) for Household Employees 622

Gift and Estate Tax Planning Basics 623

39.1 Gifts of Appreciated Property 624

39.2 Gift Tax Basics 624

39.3 Filing a Gift Tax Return 625

39.4 Gift Tax Credit 625

39.5 Custodial Accounts for Minors 625

39.6 Trusts in Family Planning 626

39.7 What is the Estate Tax? 627

39.8 Take Inventory and Estimate the Value of Your Potential Estate 627

39.9 Estate Tax for 2012 628

39.10 Planning for a Potential Estate Tax 629

BUSINESS TAX PLANNING 631

Income or Loss From Your Business or Profession 633

40.1 Forms of Doing Business 634

40.2 Reporting Self-Employed Income 634

40.3 Accounting Methods for Reporting Business Income 636

40.4 Tax Reporting Year for Self-Employed 638

40.5 Reporting Certain Payments and Receipts to the IRS 638

40.6 Filing Schedule C 639

40.7 Deductions for Professionals 643

40.8 Nondeductible Expense Items 644

40.9 How Authors and Artists May Write Off Expenses 645

40.10 Deducting Expenses of a Sideline Business or Hobby 645

40.11 Deducting Expenses of Looking for a New Business 646

40.12 Home Offi ce Deduction 647

40.13 What Home Offi ce Expenses Are Deductible? 650

40.14 Allocating Expenses to Business Use 650

40.15 Business Income May Limit Home Office Deductions 651

40.16 Home Office for Sideline Business 652

40.17 Depreciation of Office in Cooperative Apartment 653

40.18 Net Operating Losses (NOLs) 654

40.19 Your Net Operating Loss 654

40.20 How To Report a Net Operating Loss 655

40.21 How To Carry Back Your Net Operating Loss 656

40.22 Election To Carry Forward Losses 656

40.23 Overview of the Domestic Production Activities Deduction 656

40.24 Qualified Production Activities 656

40.25 Figuring the Deduction 657

40.26 Business Credits 657

40.27 Filing Schedule F 658

40.28 Farming Expenses 659

Retirement and Medical Plans for Self-Employed 660

41.1 Overview of Retirement and Medical Plans 661

41.2 Choosing a Keogh Plan 661

41.3 Choosing a SEP 662

41.4 Deductible Keogh or SEP Contributions 662

41.5 How To Claim the Keogh or SEP Deduction 665

41.6 How To Qualify a Keogh Plan or SEP Plan 665

41.7 Annual Keogh Plan Return 665

41.8 How Keogh Plan Distributions Are Taxed 666

41.9 SIMPLE IRA Plans 666

41.10 Health Savings Account (HSA) Basics 666

41.11 Limits on Deductible HSA Contributions 667

41.12 Distributions From HSAs 667

41.13 Archer MSAs 668

41.14 Small Business Health Tax Credit 669

Claiming Depreciation Deductions 670

42.1 What Property May Be Depreciated? 671

42.2 Claiming Depreciation on Your Tax Return 672

42.3 First-Year Expensing Deduction 672

42.4 MACRS Recovery Periods 674

42.5 MACRS Rates 675

42.6 Half-Year Convention for MACRS 677

42.7 Last Quarter Placements—Mid-Quarter Convention 677

42.8 150% Rate Election 678

42.9 Straight-Line Depreciation 678

42.10 Computers and Other Listed Property 680

42.11 Assets in Service Before 1987 681

42.12 MACRS for Real Estate Placed in Service After 1986 681

42.13 Demolishing a Building 683

42.14 Leasehold Improvements 683

42.15 Depreciating Real Estate Placed in Service After 1980 and Before 1987 683

42.16 When MACRS Is Not Allowed 684

42.17 Amortizing Goodwill and Other Intangibles (Section 197) 684

42.18 Deducting the Cost of Computer Software 686

42.19 Amortizing Song Rights 686

42.20 Bonus Depreciation 686

Deducting Car and Truck Expenses 688

43.1 Standard Mileage Rate 689

43.2 Expense Allocations 691

43.3 Depreciation Restrictions on Cars, Trucks, and Vans 691

43.4 Annual Ceilings on Depreciation 692

43.5 MACRS Rates for Cars, Trucks, and Vans 693

43.6 Straight-Line Method 697

43.7 Depreciation for Year Vehicle Is Disposed Of 698

43.8 Depreciation After Recovery Period Ends 699

43.9 Trade-in of Business Vehicle 699

43.10 Recapture of Deductions on Business Car, Truck, or Van 700

43.11 Keeping Records of Business Use 701

43.12 Leased Business Vehicles: Deductions and Income 701

Sales of Business Property 702

44.1 Depreciation Recaptured as Ordinary Income on Sale of Personal Property 703

44.2 Depreciation Recaptured as Ordinary Income on Sale of Real Estate 703

44.3 Recapture of First-Year Expensing 704

44.4 Gifts and Inheritances of Depreciable Property 704

44.5 Involuntary Conversions and Tax-Free Exchanges 705

44.6 Installment Sale of Depreciable Property 705

44.7 Sale of a Proprietorship 705

44.8 Property Used in a Business (Section 1231 Assets) 705

44.9 Sale of Property Used for Business and Personal Purposes 706

44.10 Should You Trade in Business Equipment? 707

44.11 Corporate Liquidation 707

Figuring Self-Employment Tax 708

45.1 What Is Self-Employment Income? 709

45.2 Partners Pay Self-Employment Tax 710

45.3 Schedule SE 711

45.4 How Wages Aff ect Self-Employment Tax 712

45.5 Optional Method If 2012 Was a Low-Income or Loss Year 713

45.6 Self-Employment Tax Rules for Certain Positions 714

FILING YOUR RETURN AND WHAT HAPPENS AFTER YOU FILE 717

Filing Your Return 719

46.1 Keeping Tax Records 720

46.2 Getting Ready To File Your Return 720

46.3 Applying for an Extension 721

46.4 Getting Your Refund 722

46.5 Paying Taxes Due 723

46.6 Electronic Filing 724

46.7 Notify the IRS of Address Changes 724

46.8 Interest on Tax Underpayments 724

46.9 Tax Penalties for Late Filing and Late Payment 725

Filing Refund Claims, and Amended Returns 731

47.1 Filing An Amended Return 732

47.2 When To File a Refund Claim 732

47.3 Stating the Reasons for Refund Claim 733

47.4 Quick Refund Claims 733

47.5 Interest Paid on Refund Claims 733

47.6 Refunds Withheld To Cover Debts 734

47.7 Amended Returns Showing Additional Tax 734

47.8 Penalty for Filing Excessive Refund Claim 734

If the IRS Examines Your Return 735

48.1 Odds of Being Audited 736

48.2 When the IRS Can Assess Additional Taxes 737

48.3 Audit Overview 738

48.4 Preparing for the Audit 738

48.5 Handling the Audit 739

48.6 Tax Penalties for Inaccurate Returns 739

48.7 Penalties for Not Reporting Foreign Financial Accounts 741

48.8 Agreeing to the Audit Changes 742

48.9 Disputing the Audit Changes 743

48.10 Off er in Compromise 744

48.11 Recovering Costs of a Tax Dispute 744

48.12 Suing the IRS for Unauthorized Collection 745

Product Details

ISBN:
9781118346709
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For Preparing Your 2012 Tax Return
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Lasser, J K
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
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J.K. Lasser, Lasser, income taxes, taxes, filing taxes, filing income taxes, your income tax, tax planning, tax help, tax tools, tax calculator, tax tips, tax strategies, tax laws, basics of filing, reporting income, deductions, tax credits, estimated tax
Copyright:
Series:
J.K. Lasser
Series Volume:
148
Publication Date:
20121106
Binding:
Electronic book text in proprietary or open standard format
Language:
English
Pages:
816
Dimensions:
276.9 x 213.4 x 34.3 mm 40.8 oz

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J.K. Lasser's Your Income Tax 2013: For Preparing Your 2012 Tax Return (J. K. Lasser's Your Income Tax) Used Trade Paper
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"Synopsis" by , America's number one bestselling tax guide offers the best balance of thoroughness,organization, and usability

For over half a century, more than 39 million Americans have turned to J.K. Lasser foreasy-to-follow, expert advice and guidance on planning and filing their taxes. Written by ateam of tax specialists, J.K. Lasser's Your Income Tax 2013 includes all theoutstanding features that have made this book the nation's all-time top-selling tax guide. Itcovers some of the most important topics associated with your taxes, from what must you reportas income and strategies that will save you on taxes to how much tax do you actually owe andwhat deductions can you claim.

As an added value, you can gain direct access to bonus materials through jklasser.com,including links to the latest tax forms from the IRS, up-to-the-minute tax law changes, smallbusiness help, and much more. Filled with in-depth insights and timely advice, this is theguide of choice for today's serious taxpayer.

  • Contains over 2,500 easy-to-use tax planning tips and strategies and easy-to-understandcoverage of the year's tax law changes
  • Packed with hundreds of updated examples, practical advice, and real-world examples
  • Includes filing tips and instructions to help you prepare your 2012 return
  • Comprised of a quick reference section that highlights what's new for 2012 as well as atopic index to help pinpoint the biggest money-saving deductions
  • Offers instruction for customers who use software or CPAs to file their taxes

Filled with practical tax guidance you can't find anywhere else, J.K. Lasser's YourIncome Tax 2013 will help you plan and file your 2012 tax return in the most efficient waypossible.

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