Taxes
2001 Archives

2000

January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

December

November

  • 11/30/01 - Family Loans That Work
  • 11/23/01 - The Child Tax Credit
  • 11/16/01 - Year-End Tax Planning Tips, Part III
  • 11/09/01 - Year-End Tax Planning Tips, Part II
  • 11/02/01 - Year-End Tax Planning Tips

October

  • 10/26/01 - Education Expenses, Taxes, and You
  • 10/19/01 - Uncle Sam's Education Deduction
  • 10/12/01 - The Education IRA Is A-Changin'
  • 10/05/01 - Tax Rules for Selling Mutual Funds

September

  • 09/28/01 - What's My Tax Bracket?
  • 09/21/01 - What to Know Before Selling
  • 09/07/01 - Five Things You Gotta Know About Taxes

August

  • 08/31/01 - Paperwork to Keep for Tax Time
  • 08/24/01 - The Fine Art of Income Shifting
  • 08/17/01 - How Will the Tax Cut Benefit Me?
  • 08/10/01 - Life Changes Are Tax Changes
  • 08/03/01 - Can't Pay Your Taxes?

July

  • 07/27/01 - Tax Savings on Your Home Purchase
  • 07/20/01 - Taxes and Your Home Sweet Home
  • 07/13/01 - Exemptions, Deductions, and Other Tax Law Changes
  • 07/06/01 - Leave More for Your Family

June

May

  • 05/25/01 - A Tax-Smart Way to Save for College
  • 05/18/01 - Shorting Stocks: Tax Aspects

April

March

February

  • 02/23/01 - Deemed Sale of Your Home? NOT!!
  • 02/16/01 - Deemed Sale -- Of Your Home?
  • 02/15/01 - Electronic Tax Filing 101
  • 02/09/01 - Beating the Roth IRA Contribution Limits
  • 02/02/01 - Super-Long-Term Capital Gain Rates and Strategies

January

  • 01/26/01 - The Office-In-Home Deduction -- Examples
  • 01/26/01 - The Office-in-Home Deduction In Action
  • 01/19/01 - The Office-in-Home Deduction
  • 01/12/01 - Are Internet Access (ISP) Expenses Deductible?
  • 01/05/01 - Capital Gains Tax Rates
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