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AIR DATE: February 2, 2011

It's tax season once again. There have been a few changes for the 2011 season. This year tax payers get an extra three days to file and can check the status of their returns on a smartphone. We talk with Raphael Tulino, spokesman with the IRS about tips for filing your 2010 tax returns. You can post your questions now.

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Raphael Tulino, Spokesman, Southern California and Nevada, IRS
Paul Camacho, Special Agent in Charge, IRS NV
Ron Marker, PIO, IRS
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    COMMENTS:
    You mentioned that the education tax credit is for four years--I am in my final semester of a five year program. Is that going to disqualify me from the credit?

    Also, is that $2,500 limit only for tuition? I had over $4,000 in school-related, non-tuition expenses last year and it would be awesome if I could see some of that come back to me as well.

    BenFeb 2, 2011 09:48:58 AM
    When will Form 1040-ES and instructions be available for the year 2011?
    Carolyn GretzingerFeb 2, 2011 09:46:48 AM
    Re. 1044-ES for 2011. It is not yet showing on irs.gov -- only 2010 and 2009.
    Carolyn G.Feb 2, 2011 09:53:10 AM
    Perhaps someone could tell me why a new way of doing real estate would not work. I have yet to hear anybody suggest a fix. All people do is lament about how bad things are. www.dnusbaum.com/fix.html
    Doug NusbaumFeb 1, 2011 09:39:42 AM
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