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Ed Zurndorfer, owner of EZ Accounting and Financial Services, will answer your tax questions.
February 11, 2013
Have you finished your 2009 taxes yet? Have you started to think about 2010? Art Stein has some tips for you.
Ed Zurndorfer, registered employee benefit consultant, lists things not to do when filing your taxes.
With less than two months to go before taxes are due, we get some tips from registered employee benefit consultant, Ed Zurndorfer.
While Congress wrestles over tax law changes, registered employee benefit consultant Ed Zurndorfer suggests some ways to get in on deductions while the getting's still good.
Here's the first tax day tip: Do not miss the April 15th deadline. Ed Zurndorfer, registered employee benefit consultant, has more.
As federal employees and retirees prepare to file their 2009 federal and state income tax returns, they should make sure that they can legitimately claim tax dependents.
In 2009, numerous new and expanded deductions and credits came into being for a broad cross-section of taxpayers: College tax benefits for parents and students; energy credits for homeowners who are going green; and even tax breaks for home buyers and car buyers.
New and expanded deductions and credits came into being for a broad cross-section of taxpayers: College tax benefits for parents and students; energy credits for homeowners who are going green; and even tax breaks for home buyers and car buyers.