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Basics of Filing (Chap. 1)
Which form to file – Chap. 1
Filing as Head of Household – Chap. 1
Filing for your children – Chap. 1
Filing for married couples – Chap. 1
What Must You Report as Income? (Chaps. 2–11)
Fringe Benefits – Chap. 3
Capital gains & losses – Chap. 5
Traditional & Roth IRAs – Chap. 8
Rental Income – Chap. 9
What Deductions Can You Claim? (Chaps. 12–21)
Moving expenses – Chap. 12
Casualty Loss – Chap. 18
Charitable deductions – Chap. 14
Who is a dependent? – Chap. 21
How Much Tax Do You Owe? (Chaps. 22–27)
The AMT – Chap. 23
Your child's tax – Chap. 24
Personal tax credits – Chap. 25
Estimated taxes – Chap. 27
Strategies to Save You Taxes (Chaps. 28–39)
Tax-free residence sales – Chap. 29
Investing in securities – Chap. 30
Armed forces rules – Chap. 35
Tax credits for education – Chap. 33Planning Ideas for Your Business (Chaps. 40–45)
Home office deduction – Chap. 40
Keogh, Simple, or SEP – Chap. 41
Auto expenses – Chap. 43
Self-employment tax – Chap. 45
Now That You're Done (Chaps. 46–49)
Electronic filing – Chap. 46
Filing extensions – Chap. 46
IRS Audits – Chap. 48
Amended returns – Chap. 47
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