This publication looks at the various types of income that are generally reported on a Form 1040 tax return. Income that you receive during the year can be either earned or unearned, taxable or nontaxable, depending on your particular circumstances, and must be properly reported on your tax return in accordance with tax law. This publication covers all the requirements for reporting all income on your tax return. In addition to income from employment, it looks at how to report income from self-employment and real estate rental on your tax return. It also provides in great detail, how to figure what costs can be deducted from your business or rental income, to compute your net income or loss for inclusion on your Form 1040. The tax implications concerning your Social Security and retirement benefits, which may be fully taxable, partially taxable, or not taxable at all, are also covered in full detail. This publication also aims to give you an in-depth understanding of how to calculate your capital gains or losses, and especially how to treat a gain on the sale of your private home, on your tax returns. A great deal of emphasis is also placed on the basis (cost) of your property, which figures predominantly in the calculation of your capital gains or losses.
A simple handbook for those who want to make money through public speaking, running seminars and/or training workshop. This book is concise and straight to the point, without any clutter. Easily actionable for anyone who wishes to become a public speaker.
A great motivational book and guide for the skilled tradesman, small business service owners, etc. These eight rules are tried and true! They will help you to achieve an annual six figure income.
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