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CCH can assist you with stories, including interviews with CCH subject experts. Also, the 2009
CCH Whole Ball of Tax
is available in print. Please contact:
 
Leslie Bonacum
(847) 267-7153
mediahelp@cch.com
 
Neil Allen
(847) 267-2179
neil.allen@wolterskluwer.com

Visit the CCH Whole Ball of Tax site often as new releases and other updates will be posted throughout the tax season.

CCH provides special CCH Tax Briefings on key topics at: CCHGroup.com/Legislation/Briefings.

 
2009 CCH Whole Ball of Tax

2009 CCH Whole Ball of Tax

Table of Contents

CCH Experts

1. CCH Tax Experts

2. About CCH, a Wolters Kluwer business

Tax News

3. Dealing with Investments That Went Sour

4. Tax Blunders with Unpleasant Consequences

5. How to Reduce Taxes Without Itemizing

6. Deductions Can Help Ease Casualty Losses

7. Some Taxpayers Get a Second Shot at Rebate

8. The Tax Implications of Being Out of Work

9. Owning a Home Still Brings Benefits at Tax Time

10. You May Really Need Professional Help to Get Through This Tax Season

11. Sunset for Estate Taxes Not Likely; 2009 Will Be an Active Year

12. 401(k) Rules and Penalties May Soften in 2009, But Still Apply for 2008 Returns

13. Bear Market Strategies for Roth IRAs Offer Tax Savings to Tattered Portfolios

14. As 529 Values Decline, Parents Review Eduction Savings Strategies

15. It's Getting Easier to Be Green as Incentives Return, Expand

16. Lives End, But Taxes Live On

17. Still No Permanent Fix for AMT

18. Kids and the Tax Code

19. Congress Is Feeling Less Charitable These Days

20. Single or Married Makes a Difference to the IRS

21. Members of the Military Get Special Treatment at Tax Time

22. Finding the Right State for the State of Retirement

23. Congress Kept Busy in 2008, with 500 Changes to Tax Laws

34. Feeling Crunched at Tax Time? CCH Says You Have Options

35. Amended Returns Can Correct Mistakes, Increase Refunds, CCH Says

36. CCH Says Next Year's Taxes Start Now with Estimated Tax

Data, Stats & Graphs

24. 2008-2009 Tax Brackets

25. Education Tax Breaks Worth Studying

26. Retirement by the Numbers

27. Federal Tax Law Keeps Piling Up

28. Average Itemized Deductions

29. Important Dates in U.S. Tax History

30. Avoiding an Audit

31. Historical Look at Estate and Gift Tax Rates

32. Historical Look at Capital Gains Rates

CCH References

33. Helpful CCH Resources for Reporters

 

 

       


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