Vietnamese Library: Taxes

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Library: Vietnamese | Get Credit for Your Hard Work (2017 Tax Year) (Vietnamese) Low-income working taxpayers may qualify for the federal EITC. The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) helps low-income, working taxpayers and families get more money back when they file their federal income tax return. This publication contains EITC guidelines for the 2017 tax year. Filed Under: Money Management Taxes on Feb 16, 2018

Library: Vietnamese | Tax basics for earners in the ‘sharing economy’ (Vietnamese) . The sharing economy might enable you to put a little extra cash in your pockets in your spare time, or it could be your primary source of income. Either way, earning money will have an impact on your tax situation. This publication, while not tax advice, will help you understand how to report your income and expenses accurately, why you should take advantage of all the deductions you’re entitled to, how to avoid an unpleasant surprise when you file your tax return, and where to get more information and assistance. Filed Under: Money Management Taxes on Oct 23, 2017

Library: Vietnamese | Money Management 1-2-3: TWO: Achieving Financial Goals (Vietnamese) . The “Money Management 1-2-3: Be Smart About Money All Your Life” series focuses on basic money management skills at the beginner, intermediate and advanced level. Part two, Achieving Financial Goals, addresses updating your budget, accumulating a nest egg and protecting your assets. Topics include budgeting and debt management, saving and investing, homeownership and insurance. Filed Under: Credit Debt Collection Housing Insurance Investing Mortgages Money Management Taxes on Aug 12, 2016

Library: Vietnamese | Money Management 1-2-3: ONE: Getting a Strong Start (Vietnamese) . The “Money Management 1-2-3: Be Smart About Money All Your Life” series focuses on basic money management skills at the beginner, intermediate and advanced level. Part one, Getting a Strong Start, addresses how to manage your income, use credit wisely and live within your means. Topics include understanding your pay stub, filing your tax returns, creating a budget, setting up bank accounts, establishing and building good credit and managing student loans. Filed Under: Banking Credit Credit Reports/Scores Money Management Student Loans Taxes on Aug 08, 2016

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