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Lose your home , get socked by IRS? - - MSN Money
8/20/2012 2:15 PM ET | By Liz Weston. Lose your home, get socked by IRS? If the mortgage debt relief law expires this year, 'underwater' homeowners who are ...

8 types of income the IRS can't touch- MSN Money
Don't pay taxes on these types of protected income. Here are the categories to watch, including 5 types of raises that won't add a cent to your taxable income.

IRS to taxpayers: Don't give us those lame excuses- MSN Money
Working half a year to give to the IRS is not slavery? I added up the taxes we pay in every aspect of our lives and if it's not slavery, I don't know what you'd call it.

IRS raises mileage rate 1 cent for 2013 - - MSN Money
IRS raises mileage rate 1 cent for 2013 - The deduction rate for business travel will rise to 56 cents a mile, and the rate for medical travel and moving will rise to ...

Win the office pool? IRS wants a cut- MSN Money
The bottom line is if you are lucky enough to rake in a decent jackpot on a gambling transaction, you'll have to give the IRS your tax information and, in many cases ...

IRS forces paper out of taxpayers' hands- MSN Money
I tried e-filing on the IRS website last year. There was some sort of a glitch, and my return wouldn't submit. I ended up printing it out and sending it in anyway.

IRS to show mercy to delinquent taxpayers- MSN Money
This article is by Stephen Ohlemacher of The Associated Press. The Internal Revenue Service says it's trying to help people who are struggling to pay delinquent tax ...

The Tea Party and your taxes - - MSN Money
The IRS Tea Party scandal plaguing the Obama administration has shed light on a murky and controversial area of the nation's excruciatingly complex tax code.

5 ways taxes can affect your credit- MSN Money
3. Tax liens. If the amount of taxes you owe is large enough, or if you don't resolve your debt quickly with the IRS, you could find yourself with a tax lien on your ...

Some taxpayers get 6 extra months to pay- MSN Money
The IRS is granting a new six-month grace period on failure-to-pay penalties for "certain wage earners and self-employed individuals."


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