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This category covers taxes, including income, sales, property, and other taxes. It covers the obligations and process of calculating and paying taxes, as well as penalties or how to respond to problems. It also covers Earned Income Tax Credits and other social benefit programs.
Federal tax benefits are incentives offered by the U.S. government to reduce taxpayers' tax burden and to encourage certain activities. These benefits include tax credits, deductions, exemptions, and exclusions such as tax-free or tax-deferred accounts.
Income taxes are a type of tax imposed by governments on individuals based on their income. There are federal income taxes and state income taxes. In general, a portion of an individual's income is taxable at the federal level, while the remainder is taxable at the state level.
This concerns how a parent who doesn't have custody of their children, might have their federal income tax refund checks intercepted. They may also have lottery winnings or other money that the federal or state government owes them intercepted, in order to pay for child support payments they owe.
This resource includes information about tax sales and the tax sale process. Tax sales happen when a property owner does not pay their taxes. An owner may try to stop a tax sale and redeem the property after a sale. A purchaser gets title to the tax property subject to redemption by the owner.