If you have a home office, you probably know that some of the money you spend there is tax deductible.
Even if you make an IRA contribution today, you can deduct it from your 2008 tax return.
If you can’t wear your work clothes as your everyday clothes, you may be able to deduct their cost.
If you took continuing education classes to keep up-to-date in your field, or to comply with job requirements, you can deduct those expenses.
You can deduct up to $4,000 for college tuition or other post-high-school education.
Besides free filing that's available for those making less than $56,000, some tax prep software is now on sale.
If you lost your job in 2008, there are a number of tax credits and deductions that may help you get a refund.
You can get a tax credit if you're putting your kids (or yourself) through college.
You've got (tax deductible) people. Any fees you spend on tax prep are tax deductible.
Even if you don't own the business, you can deduct expenses related to your job.