Computerized Investing > March/April 2003

On the Internet: Tax Info Sites

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Tews is available on the Internet in many different formats, from tickers and headlines to in-depth news reports. Here we focus your attention on some of the top financial news Web sites available today.

Internal Revenue Service

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Web site is a helpful site in the upcoming tax season. At the site, visitors can download various IRS publications, browse through frequently asked questions (FAQs), and find out more about potential tax savings and alternatives.

Visitors can download publications and forms including articles on tax issues, general information, particular services, and new regulations from the IRS Web site. Form 1040, the individual tax return, and Publication 17, which discusses federal income taxes, are two of the forms and publications that can be downloaded as PDF files.

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