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Answered: Where does catch up 401k contributions appear on a tax return

They don't. They appear on your W-2 in box 12. You will note that the amount in box 1 is less than box 5. The amount in box 1 is calculated by subtracting your contributions from your gross wages in box 5. You do not pay income tax on your 401k contributions, nor do you subtract them on line 32 ...

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Answered: How can i view the federal tax return i sent electronically through

You could make a copy when finished or save it. Go back and check it.

Answered: What Happens If You Don't File a Tax Return?

You should have suggested that they get paid in cash; no W-2s or 1099s. Uncle Frank

Answered: Are You Curious About Romney's Tax Returns?

Apparently our ignorant and uneducated leftists do not realize that IRS returns are privileged information. There are a few exceptions: those of notorious criminals like Al Capone, and the president, are public information. Romney's IRS returns could not become public until after he is elected.
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What is excise tax and regressive tax?

Excise is an example of a regressive tax along with such taxes as payroll tax. They are considered regressive as they are usualy levied upon a business and they have the characteristic of not contributing to the growth or development of that business. more info : https://www.onlinefiletaxes.com/

What to do when dependent child claim himself on his tax return

Over 18 and a student can still be claimed as a dependent if the parent is providing more than 1/2 the support. If the child has erroneously claimed himself as a dependent on his return, you need to file an amended return to change the status to "dependent of another". You can then file your own ...

From what age can you file a tax return in the US?

In Asian countries it is 18 years.

I am considering investing in gold. If I buy some and sell it a few

If you sell it in less than 12 months, it will be a short term gain and subject to ordinary income tax rates. The more favorable capital gains rate (at least for now) is only for assets that are held for 12 months + 1 day or more.