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Video: Tax Tips for Paying Property Taxes Online
If you own a home, it's likely that you pay property taxes to your local government. But if you are used to writing checks, you may be interested to know that many agencies allow you to pay your property taxes online. Watch this video to find out more paying property taxes online. Read more…

Video: Learn about the First-Time Homebuyer's Credit
Note: The content of this video applies only to taxes prepared for 2009 and 2010. It is included here for reference only. In November 2009, the federal government extended and expanded the popular First-Time Homebuyer's Credit program. It lets you trim your tax bill by up to $8,000, a boon to homeowners facing mortgage payments for the first time. Read more…

Video: Federal Tax Credit for Solar Energy
Note: Some of the content of this video applies only to taxes prepared for 2010. It is included here for reference only. If you have installed solar panels onto your primary residence, you could receive 30 percent of the cost back as an energy tax credit. Find out how eco-friendly choices can save you money around tax season with help from TurboTax in this video on annual tax filing. Read more…

How to Avoid Taxes on Canceled Mortgage Debt
If you lost your principal residence to a foreclosure or short sale, TurboTax can help you deal with the tax implications, including recent tax law changes that can offer some relief. Read more…

Video: Home Repairs and Tax Deductions
You can claim tax deductions on certain types of repairs you make to your home throughout the year. Learn about home repairs and tax deductions with help from TurboTax in this video clip. Read more…

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