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The Foreign Corrupt Policies Act Of 1977

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COVER PAGE Filing Checklist For 2010 Tax Return Filed On Standard Forms Prepared on: 08/11/2011 07:03:55 am Return: C:\Users\user\Documents\HRBlock\Alfred Old 2010 Tax Return.T10

To file your 2010 tax return, simply follow these instructions: Step 1 - Sign and date the return Because you're filing a joint return, Alfred and Beulah both need to sign the tax return. If your return is signed by a representative for you, you must have a power of attorney attached that specifically authorizes the representative to sign your return. To do this, you can use Form 2848, Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative. Step 2 - Assemble the return These forms should be assembled behind Form ...view middle of the document...

Keep this information with your records. You will need your 2010 AGI to electronically sign your return next year. Quick Summary Total (Gross) Income Adjusted Gross Income Taxable Income Total Federal Tax Total Payments Penalties Refund Amount Amount You Owe $193,700 173,700 147,950 29,670 32,726 0 3,056 $0

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