If you wish to personally prepare your 2013 federal tax return, but seek the guidance of a trusted name in this field, look no further than the Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2014. Drawing from the tax experience and knowledge base of Ernst & Young professionals, this reliable resource not only covers how to file your federal income tax return but also provides valuable insights on how to avoid common errors and maximize your federal tax deductions.
Designed in a straightforward and accessible style, the Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2014 contains essential information that will help you save time and money as you prepare your 2013 federal tax return. Throughout the book, you'll find hundreds of examples illustrating how tax laws work, as well as sample tax forms and schedules to show you how to fill out your return line by line.
- Includes 50 of the most commonly overlooked deductions to take into account when preparing your return
- Provides specific solutions in its special contents index for taxpayers in particular circumstances, including families, homeowners, investors, entrepreneurs, senior citizens, and military personnel
- Contains an individual tax organizer, 2014 tax calendar, and a summary of expiring provisions
- Provides checklists of key 2013 tax breaks and deductions you may be eligible to use
Comprehensive yet direct, the Ernst & Young Tax Guide 2014 has everything you'll need to personally prepare your 2013 federal tax return.
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