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How Do I learn About Tax Law Changes?

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If you are worried about filing your taxes this year because you are afraid you would not be aware of all the tax law changes that have occurred, don’t be concerned. While it’s true that each new year brings tax law changes, this doesn’t mean that the changes aren’t publicized. Here are some resources for finding out the new tax law changes each year.

• IRS Publications – Each year the IRS prints a publication that details the changes in tax law for the coming year. By reviewing this publication yearly, you can ensure that you’re not missing out on any deductions or liabilities that might apply to you. Once you’ve reviewed this information, if you have questions or are unsure as to whether or not the changes really apply to you, you can call the IRS and speak to one of their representatives. They can assist you in understanding how the new tax law changes apply to you. In addition, the IRS maintains a very informative website (www.irs.gov) that can answer most of your questions about tax laws, liabilities, deductions and credits. And, each year, the new changes are posted on the website in addition to being available through print publications.

• Tax Software – If you use tax software or file online with a web based tax program, the tax law changes are handled for you. These programs are designed with the newest tax laws in place, so any new deductions or liabilities that apply to your situation will automatically be included. This is one of the reasons that such software programs are so popular for filing taxes. All you do is answer some questions, and your taxes are sorted out automatically.

• Tax Professionals – If your tax situation is normally somewhat complex, it is likely that you’re already using a professional to prepare your taxes. If so, you needn’t worry about changes in the tax laws because you’re paying a professional to worry about them for you. Each year, most tax advisors go through a training course to update them on the new tax changes for the year, ensuring that they’re ready for any situation affecting their clients.

Tax law changes are as inevitable as the taxes themselves. But, that does not mean that you need to be intimidated by the idea of doing your taxes. Every year, the IRS is responsible for helping educate the public regarding tax changes, and they have been doing so for many years. If you simply take the time to find a resource for understanding the changes each year, you’ll be well on your way to taking all the allowable deductions and staying out of trouble!


Christine Gray is a recognized authority on the subject of Online Taxes. Her website Taxes Exposed provides a wealth of information on everything you will need to know about Tax Law. All rights reserved. Articles may be reprinted as long as the content and links remains intact and unchanged.





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