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How to Claim Tips on Your Tax Return
If you earn tips, you're responsible for paying income, Social Security, and Medicare tax on the tip money you receive. Read more…

What Is the IRS Form 2106?
Use IRS Form 2106 if you itemize deductions for non-reimbursed work-related expenses such as travel, meals, entertainment or transportation. Read more…

Military Personnel Tax Tips
Those who serve in the U.S. armed forces are honored with a number of benefits, ranging from education assistance to retirement. Among the perks are a number of steps to make filing federal income tax returns easier, as well. Read more…

Guide to IRS Form 3903: Moving Expenses
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When to Use Tax Form 4137: Tax on Unreported Tip Income
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