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For taxes, a line between what’s owed and what’s fair

By Cynthia Oi

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jan 26, 2012

~~<p>As April 15 approaches, regular people begin collecting and sorting documents and other paperwork that will eventually be strewn across the kitchen table or next to the desktop so they can file their federal income tax returns.</p>
<p>Most will fill out the forms themselves or run the numbers through tax preparation software or trot on down to their neighborhood H&amp;R Block outlet. The result will likely total two or three sheets of paper since regular people generally don&rsquo;t have elaborate financial dealings to tell the government about.</p>
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As April 15 approaches, regular people begin collecting and sorting documents and other paperwork that will eventually be strewn across the kitchen table or next to the desktop so they can file their federal income tax returns.

Most will fill out the forms themselves or run the numbers through tax preparation software or trot on down to their neighborhood H&R Block outlet. The result will likely total two or three sheets of paper since regular people generally don’t have elaborate financial dealings to tell the government about. Login for more...



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