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What Is Foreign Earned Income? Am I Eligible to Claim Either the Exclusion Or Deduction?

Individuals that are U.S. citizens or resident aliens of the United States living abroad are taxed on their income by more than one governmental entity. However, these taxpayers may qualify to exclude from their income an amount of their foreign earnings (adjusted annually for inflation) under I.R.C. § 911. They may also be eligible for either a foreign housing exclusion or the foreign housing deduction (this will be discussed in a future blog). To determine eligibility to claim either the foreign earned income exclusion, the foreign earned housing deduction or foreign earned housing exclusion, please consider the following analysis. Remember, that an experienced tax professional can offer assistance in making this analysis.

Tax Benefits For Education Part 2

This is the second part of our multi-part blog on tax benefits for education. Any present or former (or future) student should utilize the knowledge, experience and expertise of the tax professionals at the Thorgood Law Firm to ensure that they take advantage all the credits and deductions that the law allows for students of higher education.

Tax credits, deductions and savings plans offer taxpayers ways to reduce their expenses for higher education.

  • A tax credit may reduce the amount of potential income tax.
  • A deduction reduces the amount of income that is subject to tax, thus reducing the amount of tax paid.

Tax Benefits For Education Part 1

This is the first part of our multi-part blog on tax benefits for education. Any present or former (or future) student should utilize the knowledge, experience and expertise of the tax professionals at the Thorgood Law Firm to ensure that they take full advantage all the credits and deductions that the law allows for students of higher education.

Tax credits, deductions and savings plans offer taxpayers ways to reduce their expenses for higher education.

  • A tax credit may reduce the amount of potential income tax.
  • A deduction reduces the amount of income that is subject to tax, thus reducing the amount of tax paid.

TOP TEN TAX FACTS ABOUT HOME SALES

Selling a home is a stressful experiences, but when you consider all of the tax issues related to such a sale, it may be an overwhelming one. In most cases, gains from the sale of property, both personal and real, are taxable. However, the seller of a home may not always have to pay taxes. if you sell your home this year, here are ten facts to know.

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