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Tax relief is a process of reducing the amount of taxes that an individual or business is obligated to pay. Tax relief can come in various forms, such as tax credits, deductions, and exemptions.
Tax relief is available to individuals and businesses that meet certain eligibility criteria, such as income, property ownership, and tax liability. To determine if you qualify for tax relief, you should speak with a tax professional or consult with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
Several tax relief programs are available to help taxpayers reduce their tax liability. Some of the most common programs include:
- The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
- The Child Tax Credit
- The American Opportunity Tax Credit (AOTC)
- The Homeowner Tax Credit
- The Charitable Contributions Tax Deduction
You must complete and submit the appropriate tax forms to the IRS to apply for tax relief. Depending on the type of tax relief you seek, you may be required to provide documentation and other information to support your claim.
If you don't qualify for tax relief, you may still be able to reduce your tax liability by taking advantage of other tax benefits and deductions. For example, you may be eligible for a deduction for charitable contributions, business expenses, or investment losses.
You should speak with a tax professional here at ATS Tax Group or get your FREE Tax Relief Guide via the following form. We can answer your questions and help guide you to the best tax relief options.