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What is Form 4255: Recapture of Investment Credit?
When is a tax credit not a tax credit? When the IRS takes it back. If you're in the situation where you have to file IRS Form 4255, you might have to pay back a tax credit you've earned in prior years. This process, known as recapture, occurs if you claim a credit—in this case, a credit for a specific type of business investment—and then no longer qualify for that credit. Read more…

Filing Tax Form 1099-INT: Interest Income
If you receive a 1099-INT, the tax form that reports most payments of interest income, you may or may not have to pay income tax on the interest it reports. However, you may still need to include the information from it on your return. Read more…

What is Form 3468: Investment Credit
Governments often use tax laws to encourage, or discourage, certain activities. Want people to do more of something? Offer a tax break for it. The federal tax code includes a variety of tax credits designed to promote different types of investment. Taxpayers claim many of these credits using IRS Form 3468. Read more…

Video: How to Use IRS Form 5498 on a Tax Return
Did you put money into an IRA this year? What about a Roth IRA? Watch this video to answer your questions about retirement savings and how they affect your taxes. Read more…

Your Cryptocurrency Tax Guide
Is there a cryptocurrency tax? If you've invested in Bitcoin or another form of cryptocurrency, understand how the IRS taxes these types of investments and what constitutes a taxable event. Read more…

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