BROOKYN, NY, March 13, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- ABME Corporation has announced the launching of a comprehensive Internet Tax Information Portal. DoTax.com provides all of the information and forms required for everyday folks to get their taxes done in their own homes. No need to pay for accountant tax services, if they are really not warranted.
DoTax.com offers factual information for the taxpayer, so they can make the determination if they could do their own taxes. At least all of their questions will be answered, and if they do need a tax professional, they will know how to have everything in order to reduce costs. It does not cost a dime to go to the site for the latest news and rulings that affect the tax code.
The company reports that they will be able to provide special tools, such as the Tax Refund Calculator, and the Home Value Estimator. The taxpayer will find a wealth of information about such things as: How To Efile, and all the downloadable IRS Tax Forms.
This reporter has found that there is a great Topics Section, which covers: Corporate & Personal Taxes, Customs & Duties, Property Taxes, Income Taxes, Capital Gains Tax, Sales Tax, EFTPS, State Taxes, and a section with late-breaking news.
Some people need to file back-taxes, and this site will simplify this task. Federal Tax Brackets are not the same as standard income tax brackets, and people who are making a federal income better read all about it on the site. The Healthcare Bill, aka the Affordable Care Act, impacts all Americans. There is a great write-up on the site that explains the substance of this Act.
DoTax.com understands taxpayers desire to know all about their refunds. How much, and how long does it take. A visit to the site will provide all the information needed to feel confident in what to expect in the way of a tax refund.
Late breaking news from DoTax.com: "The American Taxpayer Relief Act (ATRA) made estate tax law permanent following more than a decade of constant change. Following ATRA, the estate tax remains one of the most progressive parts of the tax code. In 2013, estates with gross assets exceeding $20 million will account for nearly three-fourths of the total estate tax revenue. About one-fifth of the burden will fall on estates valued between $10 million and $20 million, while just 7 percent will come from estates worth less than $10 million".
It makes sense for taxpayers to stay well informed, and all it takes is a visit to a site like this one.
Complete information is available on the website: Taxes Made Easy
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