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Taxable income is any money that an individual or company receives from providing goods or services, states the US Tax Center. The IRS considers gross income minus any standard or itemized deductions as taxable income, a... More »

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Gifts given to a non-citizen spouse, or non-spouse, that exceed the annual Internal Revenue Service tax exclusion amount are taxable as of 2015. Monetary gifts subject to taxation include cash, jewelry, cars and real est... More »

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The 1099-R form reports distributions received from pensions, annuities, individual retirement accounts, profit sharing, insurance contracts and similar disbursements, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The compa... More »

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Several tax-preparation services, including TurboTax and H&R Block, allow users without accounts to calculate how much tax they owe and when it is due, according to the company websites. TurboTax also helps users determi... More »

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You can learn to calculate income tax by attending a tax-preparation course offered by a business that specializes in preparing tax returns, such as H&R Block, explains the company's website. Automated online tax calcula... More »

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Revenue is the total amount of money that a company collects from selling goods or services. Earnings come from the total revenue and is the term used for the difference between the total expenses and total revenue, also... More »

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An invoice is a bill a company sends to a customer that states the amount of money due for goods or services purchased. Invoices generally list the company's name, customer's name, the date, items or services purchased, ... More »

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