I can’t believe how quickly summer has gone. School is starting up in our area… Full story
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge has taken social media by storm all for a good cause to help raise money and awareness about the debilitating disease. So what are the tax implications for those who donate money because they can’t stand the thought ice rolling down their backs or messing up their hair?
If you are a teacher, you have a lot of planning to do for the upcoming year, but with the end of the calendar year fast approaching, you should also be planning for your tax deductions. Here are five tips to save you money on your taxes. Full story
When you file your 2014 taxes in 2015, you may notice a couple new tax forms to help you verify your health coverage as part of provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Here’s an explanation of the new tax forms you may see at tax-time: Full story
Many last minute vacations can be expensive, as many things, like flights, go up in price if you buy them last minute. There are, however, still a few ways to go on that last summer vacation on the cheap. Full story
Having a baby is a life-altering event that can impact your decisions about health insurance or the amount of savings you’re eligible for under the Affordable Care Act. Here’s what prospective parents need to know. Full story
Everyone is still enjoying their summer and a large portion of the country will not only be spending money on themselves, but also be finding ways to give to others this summer. This article will hopefully encourage you to think of different ways to give as well as help ensure that your donations earn you the benefit of a tax deduction. Full story
If you are a newly married same-sex couple and you receive health coverage through an employer or private insurance, you will be able to get the same spousal insurance offerings as heterosexual couples if you were legally married Full story
Before your eyes glaze over at the thought of doing a budget, let me share with you the magic that can happen with your finances when you actually sit down to look at your money situation and plan your spending. Full story
In honor of Dollar Day, here are five ways to save a buck each day: Full story
Your home can save you money this summer. Find out how.
Schools out for summer and you may have been trying to figure out more ways… Full story
The deadline to purchase health insurance under the Affordable Care Act was March 31, 2014. If you were uninsured and didn’t purchase health insurance or chose to forgo coverage by that date, you may face a tax penalty on your 2014 tax return, the one you file in 2015, unless you qualify for an exemption. Full story
Bonuses can change your tax situation depending how large the bonus and what methods employers use to tax the income. Find out how bonuses(supplemental income) are taxed. Full story