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Answered: How can I select forms that are free and have them sent tome on line?

They don't "send" them to you. You have to download them from the website, www.irs.gov .

Answered: Why is the 1040 Tax Form impossible to find this year?

The IRS and most states no longer print forms. Even as preparers, we used to be able to get a book of forms every year, but they stopped printing it a couple of years ago. They used to send a master book to post offices and most libraries, but it is my understanding that they're not doing that any ...

Answered: 1099-r tax form 2013 I have two insurance ...

On form 1040, 1099r box 1 goes on 16a, box 2a goes on 16b. The tax withheld (box 4) goes on line 62. Look at the 1040 form - it's pretty much self explanatory.

Answered: 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/
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Filing 1099-misc form?

p.s. you said "EMPLOYER". Were you an EMPLOYEE? If yes, the employer messed up. You should file an SS-8. Are you sure you were "employed", or were you sub-contracted? (Key operative definition of employer: "...having the RIGHT to direct and control your work, regardless of exercising that right ...

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How to stop home tax at age 65?

You may be able to get a full or partial exemption on property taxes depending on where you live. The exemptions are usually income-based or based on military service. Call your town, village, or city assessor's office or clerk's office to find out what's available and how you apply for it.