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  • 1040 Form

    The standard Internal Revenue Service (IRS) form that individuals use to file their annual income tax returns. The form contains sections that require…

  • 1040A Form

    A simplified version of the 1040 form for individual income tax. To be eligible to use a 1040A form, an individual must fulfill certain requirements such…

  • 1040EZ Form

    The 1040EZ is an alternative to the Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) 1040 income tax form and offers a faster and easier way to file taxes, meant for…

  • 1040PC Form

    An income tax return that is prepared by computer in a three column "answer-sheet" format. It only prints the bottom line number, dollar amount, and…

  • 408(k) Plan

    A plan set up by an employer to help employees fund their retirement. The 408(k) plan is a simplified version of the popular 401(k) plan but is intended…

  • 501(c)

    A subsection under the United States Internal Revenue Code. The subsection relates to non-profit organizations and tax law and identifies which nonprofit…

  • 90-Day Letter

    An IRS notice sent after an audit stating that there was a discrepancy or error within an individuals taxes and they will be assessed unless petitioned…

  • Abatement

    In general, a decrease in the amount of taxation faced by an individual or company.Examples of an abatement include a tax decrease, a reduction in penalties, or a rebate.

  • Abusive Tax Shelter

    An investment scheme that claims to reduce income tax without changing the value of the user's income or assets. Abusive tax shelters serve no economic…

  • Accelerated Cost Recovery System - ACRS - Налоговый Акт Восстановления Экономики

    Система амортизации представлена согласно Налоговый Акт Восстановления Экономики от 1981 года. ACRS вводился временно на период восстановления экономики…

  • Accumulated Earnings Tax

    A tax imposed by the federal government upon companies with retained earnings deemed to be unreasonable and in excess of what is considered ordinary…

  • Ad Valorem Tax

    A tax based on the assessed value of real estate or personal property. Ad valorem taxes can be property tax or even duty on imported items. Property ad…

  • Additional Child Tax Credit

    A refundable credit that can be claimed by taxpayers who are ineligible to claim the full non-refundable child tax credit, because it exceeds their total…

  • Adjusted Cost Base - ACB

    An income tax term that refers to the change in an asset's book value resulting from improvements, new purchases, sales, payouts or other factors. An…

  • Adjusted Gross Income - AGI

    A measure of income used to determine how much of your income is taxable. Adjusted gross income (AGI) is calculated as your gross income from taxable…

  • Adoption Credit

    A per-child tax credit for adopting a child under 18. The limit is higher if it's determined that the adopted child has special needs.

  • After-Tax Contribution

    A contribution made to any designated retirement or any other account after taxes has been deducted from an individual's or companies taxable income…

  • After-Tax Income

    The amount of money that an individual or company has left over after all federal, state and withholding taxes have been deducted from taxable income…

  • After-Tax Return

    The return on an investment including all income received and capital gains, calculated by taking expected or paid income taxes into account. Generally…

  • Alien

    Any person who is not a citizen of the country in which he or she lives. Aliens are not given the same rights as the citizens of the country in which they live.

  • Alternative Depreciation System - ADS

    A depreciation schedule with a straight-line recovery period that generally mirrors the class life of the asset's depreciation. Taxpayers who elect to…

  • Alternative Fuels Tax Credit

    A non-refundable tax credit awarded to taxpayers who use non-alcohol alternative fuels that are either sold commercially by the taxpayer or used in the…

  • Alternative Minimum Tax - AMT

    A tax calculation that adds certain tax preference items back into adjusted gross income. Alternative minimum tax (AMT) uses a separate set of rules to…

  • Alternative Motor Vehicle Credit

    A tax credit given to individuals who purchase vehicles that derive their power from alternative energy sources. Taxpayers are eligible to receive this…

  • Amended Return

    A return filed in order to make corrections to a tax return from a previous year. It can be used to correct errors and claim a more advantageous filing…

  • American Jobs Creation Act Of 2004

    Legislation that became effective in October of 2004, which is designed to benefit domestic manufacturers, multinational corporations and other entities…

  • Amortizable Bond Premium

    A tax term referring to the excess premium paid over and above the face value of a bond. Depending on the type of bond, the premium can be tax deductible…

  • Amortization Of Intangibles

    A tax term relating to the practice of deducting the cost of an investment in a qualifying non-tangible asset over the projected life of the asset. The…

  • Amount Realized

    The gain or loss resulting from a sale of an asset. The amount realized encompasses all forms of compensation, including cash, the value of any property…

  • Amount Recognized

    The amount of capital gain/loss that must be reported on the taxpayer's tax return in any given year. The amount recognized refers to the tax implications…

  • Annualized Income Installment Method

    A method through which a taxpayer may reduce or eliminate any estimated tax underpayment penalty owed. The annualized income installment method calculates…

  • Annualized Rate

    A rate of return for a given period that is less than one year, but that is computed as if the rate were for a full year. The annualized rate is essentially…

  • Appeals Conference

    A conference that a taxpayer can request with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) during the audit process if the taxpayer disagrees with the results of…

  • Applicable Federal Rate - AFR

    The interest rate published by the U.S. Treasury to calculate imputed interest charges. The taxman will always get you! This is the rate used by the…

  • Assessed Value

    Dollar value assigned to property for purposes of assessing taxes. You may be familiar with assessed valuation because it is used to determine the value…

  • Assessor

    A local government official who determines the value of a property for taxation purposes. Assessors are trained to determine the fair market value of…

  • Asset Depreciation Range - ADR

    An elective accounting method established by the Internal Revenue Code for tangible assets placed into service after 1970. Prior to the ADR system, there…

  • At Risk Rules

    Tax laws limiting the amount of losses an investor (usually a limited partner) can claim. Only the amount actually at risk can be deducted.For example…

  • Attorney's Fee Awards

    The order of payment of the attorney fees from one party to another party. In the U.S., each party in a legal case typically pays for his/her own attorney…

  • Attribution Rules

    A set of rules created by Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) that prevents investors from transferring assets between family members with the intention of avoiding…

  • Audit

    1. An unbiased examination and evaluation of the financial statements of an organization. It can be done internally (by employees of the organization)…

  • Average Cost Basis Method

    A way of calculating cost basis when figuring out gains or losses from a sale of mutual fund shares. This is done by adding up the number of shares owned…

  • Average-Cost Method

    A costing method by which the value of a pool of assets or expenses is assumed to be equal to the average cost of the assets or expenses in the pool…

  • Away From Home

    The IRS criteria used to establish whether or not you are within commuting distance from home. If you work away from home for longer than a normal workday…

  • Back Taxes

    Taxes that have been unpaid in the year that they were due. Taxpayers can have unpaid back taxes at the federal, state and/or local levels. Back taxes…

  • Backdating

    Dating any document by a date earlier than the one on which the document was originally drawn up. Under most circumstances, backdating is seen as fraudulent…

  • Backup Withholding

    Tax that is levied on investment income, at an established tax rate, as the investor withdraws it. Backup withholding helps to ensure that government…

  • Bag Man

    Any person in charge of organizing and collecting contributions to political parties or funds gathered for political reasons. These contributions may…

  • Bank Fees

    Many banks charge nominal fees for various services, such as requesting a deposit slip or counter check or notarizing a document. Bank fees generally…

  • Bank-Owned Life Insurance - BOLI

    A form of life insurance purchased by banks where the bank is the beneficiary, and/or owner. This form of insurance is a tax shelter for the administering…

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