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On the Internet: Tax Resources

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Tax Resources On-Line

The Internet is an invaluable resource for assistance with tax preparation. While some Americans seek the help of a tax professional, many will file taxes on their own. No matter which way your taxes are done, the Internet can help you make the right choices. Unless otherwise noted, access to the Web site is free.

Internal Revenue Service

Internal Revenue Service
This government-sponsored Web site offers taxpayers a wealth of helpful resources for tax preparation. The home page has links to the most popular topics and tax forms, including the W-4, 1040EZ and 1040 forms. After this year’s string of natural disasters, many taxpayers have special tax circumstances to worry about. The IRS offers a link called “Help for Hurricane Victims” that details new relief provisions for individuals and businesses affected by the hurricanes.

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