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Video: Does the IRS Allow Deductions for Donated Work?
The IRS allows you to claim a tax deduction for some out-of-pocket expenses you accrue when volunteering your time. Find out if the IRS allows deductions for your donated work with help from TurboTax in this video clip. Read more…

Video: Changes in the Standard Deduction for Certain Tax Filers
There are other factors that affect your standard tax deduction besides your filing status. Watch this video to find out what they are. Read more…

Video: Filing Schedule EIC Earned Income Credit
Does some of the income you report on your tax return come from employment, or work you perform as a sole proprietor or independent contractor? If your answer is yes, you satisfy one of the requirements for taking the earned income credit. Read more…

Earned Income Credit
While millions of households already claim this special break for workers with modest incomes, the IRS says many more are eligible for the credit but fail to take it. The rules were recently liberalized, so more households are eligible. Take a few minutes to make sure you don't miss out on a credit that could bring you a refund check. Read more…

5 Facts About the Earned Income Tax Credit
Many qualified taxpayers overlook the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), potentially missing out on thousands of dollars at tax time. Here are 5 facts every taxpayer should know about the EITC. Read more…

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