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2009 Stimulus Package: What's Still In It For You in 2010
For most taxpayers, there's more good news ahead. On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act into law -- an economic stimulus bill that gives tax breaks to a large portion of Americans of all ages and income levels, as well as to businesses. Many of those breaks continue into 2010. In late 2010, Congress passed and President Obama signed a tax relief act that added additional breaks and extended them into 2011 and beyond. Read more…

A Stimulus Boost for Some Earned Income Tax Filers
Recent changes to the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) may put more money in your pocket in 2019 if you are married, or if you have three or more qualifying children. Read more…

10 Misconceptions about the 2009 Stimulus
Note: The content of this article applies only to taxes prepared for 2009. It is included here for reference only.The 2009 stimulus package contains tax breaks for almost everyone. But with so many new tax breaks, there's bound to be some confusion. We've compiled the 10 most common misconceptions about the stimulus, along with the real tax facts. Read more…

Inside the 2009 Stimulus Package
Note: The content of this article applies only to tax years prior to 2011. It is included here for reference only. See a visual breakdown of what the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act—a new economic stimulus bill that gives tax breaks to 95 percent of Americans—could look like for your family. Read more…

Unemployment Benefits Get Big Boost
The 2009 stimulus bill extends the period of time that workers who have lost their jobs can collect unemployment benefits. Read more…


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