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Tax Law Resources

Filing your taxes with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or with your state's revenue collection agency is not always a straightforward procedure. For example, how will your tax liability change after a divorce if you share custody of your children? And how much will you be taxed for the money you just inherited from a deceased relative? These questions and more plague each of the many taxpayers who choose to file their own returns. This section provides a wide variety of helpful tax-related resources, including a state-by-state directory of tax agencies, links to national and state-specific taxpayer assistance resources, a glossary of common tax terms, and more.

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