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 Does an employer have to deduct federal income tax from an employee?

Answer Employers are required by law to deduct federal income tax from employees' income. The amount depends on your exemptions, filing status and the IRS withholding tax tables. If you qualify for exempt... Read More »
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Can i deduct the amount that i paid toward employer health insurance premiums from my income tax?

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Can i deduct expenses for my horses on federal income tax?

You can deduct expenses for your horses on your federal tax return, but only if they are business-related, such as losses from breeding, according to Robert Wood of Forbes. However, make sure your ... Read More »
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Can I deduct an unpaid judgment from my federal income tax?

On One Hand: There Are Possible OptionsWhile the specifics of the case and judgment will have a lot to do with whether or not an unpaid judgment can be tax deductible or not, there are some possibl... Read More »
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Can I deduct the cost of re-roofing my home from my federal income tax?

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