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Old 01-05-2009, 11:39 AM   #1
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2009 Tax Planning PDF

I know it's a bit early to post about 2009 taxes, so my apologies in advance to those who are not tax planners. This looks like a pretty complete quick reference for income tax in 2009.

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There is also a little bonus for 2008. You get to add up to $1000 of your real estate taxes as part of the standard deduction. Saves a few bucks.

See line 39c and do the worksheet on page 35 of the instructions for the 1040.
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