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Tax Facts for Seniors
Source: American Bar Association

Brochure prepared by the American Bar Association containing information useful to senior citizens who have had a change in their marital status due to death, divorce or marriage.
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Retirees/Senior Citizens
Source: Internal Revenue Service

Answers to questions frequently asked by retirees and senior citizen regarding federal income taxes.
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Offer in Compromise
Source: Internal Revenue Service

IRS publication on the Offer in Compromise (OIC). Includes information one needs to know before filing an OIC, instructions on the type of offers that can be submitted, Collection Information Statement, a worksheet used to calculate the amount to be offered, instructions on completing the OIC, and Form 656 to be submitted when filing the OIC.
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Tax Benefits of Charitable Giving
Source: American Bar Association

General information to know if one is planning to take a tax deduction for a charitable donation.
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Offers in Compromise
Source: Findlaw

General information regarding the Offer in Compromise (OIC). Through an OIC, a taxpayer may have the amount of tax liability owed to the IRS reduced. A formal process must be followed in preparing the OIC and it is entirely within the government's discretion whether to accept an OIC.
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