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You shouldn’t have to spend money to make money. However, sometimes you need to purchase items say you can perform your job more effectively. There are different types of work-related expenses such as extra uniforms, electronic gadgets, special tools, and other supplies. While you may be shelling out a lot of cash for these expenses, […]

Bus Drivers Deduct Their Way to Savings

Do you drive a bus for a living? Being on the road, helping people get where they need to go can feel very rewarding. Reward yourself at tax time by claiming deductions which can lower the amount you owe in taxes and put more money in your pocket. If you work for a specific business, […]

There’s more to being a cashier than just scanning a barcode with a red laser. If you’re aware of all the tasks that a cashier does, you’ve likely been employed as one at some point. As a cashier, you are entitled to some expense deductions at tax time that can save you money on your […]

Anyone who works for a package handling company is subject to the same rules at tax time as many other employees. Whether you work in the warehouse, or you are responsible for package logistics, you will receive Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement from your employer. This form will list all of your income received […]

Customers are an essential part of any business which is why it’s extremely important to take good care of them and assure the highest level of customer satisfaction possible. In order to do this, many companies rely on customer service representatives to handle their interactions with customers. If you are employed as a customer service […]

No matter whether you are a full-time or part-time cashier or retail sales associate, at tax time you need to report your income to the IRS by filing a tax return. Your employer will send you a Form W-2, reporting your earnings and commissions for the tax year. This form will also list your withholdings […]

Forklift Drivers Find Deductions

Not everyone can drive and operate a forklift. It takes a special skill, training, and an extra cautious mindset to be a safe forklift driver. When it comes to taxes, forklift operators have to know how to drive their way through a rigorous tax code. However, with a little extra help, tax time for forklift […]

Salesperson

Making your living in sales can mean you rely on commissions just as much as your normal wages. At tax time, you will receive a Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statement from your employer. As a salesperson, you may be classified as a statutory employee. Generally, statutory employees have Box 13 of their W-2 checked, […]

Journalism Related Tax Deductions

Journalists have an important job in reporting the current events and other newsworthy stories to the public. When it comes time for taxes, it’s important for those who work as a journalist or media professional to know what to expect. You will receive a Form W-2 from your employer which will document the amount you […]

Miscellaneous Deductions

People often consider three big deduction when they think of itemizing: home mortgage interest, state and local income taxes, and charitable donations. Though, there are many additional deductions aside from the three common ones. These deductions are typically considered “miscellaneous itemized deductions” and are able to be claimed if they are more than 2% of […]