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What Is the Savers Credit?
The Savers Credit gives a special tax break to low- and moderate-income taxpayers who are saving for retirement. Read more…

Video: What Is the Capital Gains Tax?
The capital gains tax applies when a person sells a capital asset. Find out about the capital gains tax with help from TurboTax in this video clip. Read more…

Incentive Stock Options
Some employers use Incentive Stock Options (ISOs) as a way to attract and retain employees. While ISOs can offer a valuable opportunity to participate in your company's growth and profits, there are tax implications you should be aware of. We'll help you understand ISOs and fill you in on important timetables that affect your tax liability so you can optimize the value of your ISOs. Read more…

Best Investments for Boosting Your Tax Refund
If you're like most taxpayers, you're expecting a tax refund this year. The average refund amount for tax year 2019 was $2,725. If you want to boost your tax refund, consider investing in your retirement or your home before filing your taxes. Read more…

Are Losses on a Roth IRA Tax Deductible?
When the value of your investments in a Roth IRA (Roth Individual Retirement Account) decreases, you might wonder if there is a way to write off those losses on your federal income tax return. Find out what tax deductions you can and can't take when it comes to your Roth IRA. Read more…

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