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Final US tax bill: effect on project finance market ...
At least a dozen provisions in the final tax bill released Friday night by US House and Senate negotiators will affect transactions in the power and broader infrastructure markets.
The bill is expected to pass both houses early this coming week and to be signed into law by President Trump before Christmas.
The existing tax credits for renewable energy remain unchanged.
The House had...
Sales Tax Deduction 2014 - Back Alley Taxes
10 Dec 2014 ��| Tax Helps
(NOTE: if you're looking for a list of itemized deductions, or more help with filling out your 1040, go back to the 1040 summary page� here )
Before I begin�talking about the General Sales Tax Deduction on the Schedule A, I should mention that technically there's no sales tax deduction in 2014. That doesn't mean there won't be. The tax extenders bill that just...
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Easy Access Issue 12
Benefit from a 1.15% tax-free/AER variable rate which includes a 0.90% tax-free/AER fixed bonus for the first 12 months. After 12 months this reverts to 0.25% tax free/AER variable.
Interest is calculated daily and paid annually in March.
Fixed Rate Issue 12
1 year at 1.30% tax-free/AER...
2017 INCOME TAX WITHHOLDING TABLES - Tax News
2017 INCOME TAX WITHHOLDING TABLES
INCOME TAX WITHHOLDING TABLES
Lawmakers maintain hyperlink between unpaid taxes, automotive registrations
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- A Connecticut legislative committee is retaining the ban on issuing motorcar registrations to house owners with delinquent property taxes. Members of the General Assembly's Transportation Committee on Monday voted to maintain...
New IRS calculator takes mystery out of tax withholding ...
Everyone loves getting a tax refund. That's strange, since a refund means you're essentially getting back your own money. A tax refund is a result of overpaying your taxes to the government along the way, likely by having too much money withheld from your paycheck.
Most of us consider a refund to be the lesser of two evils. If too little money is withheld, you could owe a lot of money when you...