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Case Study #11: Deduction for Charitable Contributions

Case Study #10: The Exclusion of Social Security Retirement Benefits from Taxable Income

Case Study #9: The Child Tax Credit

Case Study #8: Education Credits

Case Study #7: The Earned Income Tax Credit

Case Study #6: The Exclusion for Employer Provided Health Insurance

Case Study #5: Accelerated Depreciation