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What is IRS Form 8615: Tax for Certain Children Who Have Unearned Income
Typically, children are placed in a lower tax bracket than their parents and the reason for this is quite simple: most children don't have that much income, and those that do, rarely earn more than their parents. Some parents have attempted to take advantage of this by putting investments in their children's names, hoping that any investment profits would be taxed at the child's lower rate. In response, the federal government changed the tax treatment of children's unearned income by taxing it at the parent's tax rate. Form 8615 is used to make the child's tax calculations for this income. Read more…

Video: Guide to Schedule B: Interest and Dividend Income
Did you earn more than $1,500 in interest or dividend income? Or cash in a U.S. savings bond? You may be able to exclude some of this interest from your 1099-INT form. Watch this video to find out more about Interest and Dividend income. Read more…

What is Form 8853: Archer MSAs and Long-Term Care Insurance Contracts
An Archer medical savings account allows tax-sheltered investment growth within a savings account as long as funds are used to cover medical expenses. Form 8853 reports contributions and payments from Archer MSAs and payments from long-term care insurance contracts. Read more…

Video: What Are Income Tax Forms?
A number of tax forms exist to cover federal, state and city tax filing situations, but online filing can help you file your taxes accurately even if you can't tell one form from another. Discover why standardized filing makes a difference in this video on tax basics. Read more…

Video: What is Schedule C-EZ: Profit or Loss from a Business?
When you earn income from self-employment, preparing your tax return can be more complicated than when you earn income from an employer. Schedule C-EZ can make the filing process much simpler. Watch this video to learn more. Read more…


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