Ever wondered how the money you pay in taxes is used? This site helps demystify Federal taxes and government spending by summarizing it in an easy-to-understand format tailored to your income and tax bracket.
Expecting a refund from your recently filed return? If you e-file, you can generally expect your refund within 10-21 days, however, the projected date may change as your tax return moves through processing. The ‘Where’s My Refund’ tool available at IRS.gov can quickly tell you your projected refund date.
One of the best resources for tax information on the web, Fairmark’s ‘Tax Guide for Investors’ contains detailed information on tax issues related to Roth Conversions, Capital Gains, Wash Sales, Stock Options, and much, much more.
Want to see exactly how the Internal Revenue Code reads? The Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School provides online access to US Code Title 26 - Internal Revenue Code.
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