Milton G. Boothe

Milton G Boothe is a federally-authorized tax practitioner who has technical expertise in the field of taxation and who is empowered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels of the IRS. 

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You May Be Able to Claim a Relative You Financially Support (Other than Your Child), on Your Tax Return
20 days ago
Some taxpayers are of the perception that they can only claim their own children on their tax returns, as legitimate dependents. Taxpayers, however, can also claim on as dependents, other persons who ...
The General Rules for Claiming a Child on Your Tax Return
20 days ago
Claiming a child on your tax return can yield quite a few benefits for the taxpayer, and some of these can be significant. Taxpayers will be able to claim the personal exemption for the child, the chi...
The Form 1040 Tax Return: Differentiating Between Income that is Taxable and Income that is Tax Exempt
23 days ago
People sometimes receive money from a variety of sources during any given tax year, and are oftentimes confused as to which inflows are taxable, and which are not. While most income is taxable, there ...
The Head of Household Filing Status — Some Interesting Facts that Are Oftentimes Overlooked
24 days ago
For an unmarried taxpayer, filing Head of Household (HOH) can have substantial financial benefits over filing as a single status taxpayer. In filing as Head of Household, one enjoys lower tax rates an...
The Form 1040 Tax Return: How to Maximize Your Itemized Deductions
25 days ago
Every taxpayer who files a Form 1040 tax return is automatically entitled to a Standard Deduction. This is a predetermined amount that the IRS allows taxpayers to deduct from their incomes. The amount...
The Form 1040 Tax Return: Claiming Your Adjustments, Exemptions, Deductions and Credits.
a month ago
The apparent complexity of tax laws is probably one of the main reasons why people, in general, might be turned off from trying to educate themselves concerning basic tax matters that would enable the...