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Thousands of people suffer from IRS Tax Problems every year. People keep owing, back taxes to the IRS and don't know what to do. At times the reasons for defaulting on their taxes are genuine and it is such people who require the most help. They lose their calm after receiving letters of collection of the IRS and don't know what do. Well there are various answers to their IRS tax problems and there are numerous experts who can help them for the same.
  • Make use of tax credits. Everyone knows that tax credits are better than tax deductions. Tax credits can lower the amount of money you owe to the IRS.
  • Itemize your deductions rather than taking the standard deduction. Although this process is time-consuming, but it's worth the effort as you could be paying less taxes in the end.
  • Use your status to your advantage. If you're married, you can choose to file jointly or file separately. If you're a single parent, you can choose to file as Single or as Head of Household.
  • Mortgage fees known as ‘points’, discount points you may have paid to acquire a better interest rate on your mortgage. These ‘points’ are deductible
    on your taxes. A point is equal to 1 percent of the amount financed.
  • Refinancing your mortgage usually contains fees that you incurred to re-establish your mortgage. There are many fees deductible on your taxes hiding in this process.
  • Changing jobs or residence because of a job, that caused a move of more than 50 miles may allow you to deduct certain moving expenses from your taxes.
  • If you paid a home mortgage pre-payment penalty, it may be deductible from your taxes.
  • Refinancing your home can incur several fees that you can deduct from your taxes. Ask your tax advisor for a list of refinance deductible items.
  • Pro-rated mortgage interest is often overlooked on your taxes, check your closing settlement sheet.
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