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The Best Sites For Learning About Taxes

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Here are my choices for The Best Sites For Learning About Taxes:

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Understanding Taxes is an extensive curriculum from the I.R.S. It’s probably too advanced fro English Language Learners, but their interactive on completing a W-4 form could be useful and accessible.

What America Pays In Taxes is from NPR.

No Taxation Without Calculation: Filling Out Tax Returns is from The New York Times Learning Network.

Your 2011 Federal Taxpayer Receipt is an interactive from The White House.

Who pays more in taxes? is an interactive from The Washington Post.

Tax Facts is an infographic from The Wall Street Journal.

The 1040 Form Turns 100: Resources To Explain Income Taxes is from The ASIDE blog.

Tic Tac Taxes is from EconedLink.


Taxes Done Right with TurboTax

A Global Look at Personal Income Taxes - Interactive Infographic by TurboTax

Get Your Maximum Tax Refund with TurboTax

9 things you didn’t know about income taxes is from Vox.

U.S. Tax Rates: The Big Picture
is from Five Thirty Eight.

Additional suggestions are welcome!

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