Income Tax Lawyers in Easton, Pennsylvania

Find the right Income Tax attorney in Easton, PA

The income tax in Easton, Pennsylvania is a tax imposed on all money earned and received during the year. Under federal law, income through any source may be taxed. The federal government imposes an income tax on all persons and entities present in the United States. The authority to tax incomes was granted to the federal government in 1913 with the ratification of the 16th Amendment to the Constitution. Before that time, the Supreme Court had found a federal income tax unconstitutional, prompting the passage of the amendment. Of course, individual states, including Pennsylvania, were allowed to impose income taxes as they saw fit.

The federal income tax must be paid by everyone in the U.S. However, you must only pay the state income tax of the state you live in. You should talk with a financial adviser or tax lawyer in Easton, Pennsylvania if you are not clear about what your state and federal tax liability.

Income Tax Deductions in Easton, Pennsylvania

A tax deduction is a reduction in your taxable income. It results in less of one's income being taxable, which causes a reduced tax liability.

This should not be confused with a tax credit, which is a reduction of a person's tax bill. A tax credit almost always results in a reduced tax burden than a tax reduction of the same amount.

Many common expenses in Easton can be deducted, in whole or in part, from your taxable income. Federal tax deductions include charitable contributions, union dues, interest paid on a mortgage, and state and local taxes.

How Can A Easton, Pennsylvania Tax Attorney Help?

Income tax laws in Easton, Pennsylvania can get very complex. You should speak with an accountant or tax attorney if you have any questions about your income tax liability.

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Life in Easton

Easton, Pennsylvania is a city in Northampton County. Its population is currently about 27,000 people. It is the county seat of Northampton County.

Easton is very close to the same distance from Philadelphia and New York city, with Philadelphia 60 miles to the south, and New York City about 70 miles to the east. The puts residents of Easton in a position where they have fairly easy access to two iconic American cities.

Easton, Pennsylvania was founded in the 1752, and was named after a town in England of the same name (many English settlements are, for obvious reasons, named after English cities). It proved to be an important military center during the Revolutionary War, and it was one of the first places where the Declaration of Independence was publicly read.

Modernly, Easton is home to the Crayola factory, a major toy manufacturer. Like many cities in the region, Easton, Pennsylvania used to have far more industry than it does now.

If you have a legal problem, there are plenty of Easton, Pennsylvania lawyers who can help you solve it, or at least mitigate it. If you need legal help, you should contact an Easont, Pennsylvania lawyer immediately.

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