With the tax deadline around the corner we thought it would be fun to look at crazy tax myths on April Fool’s Day. Ginita Wall shares 5 tax myths that you should be aware of. Full story
One of my buddies was just starting on her taxes. If you’re in a similar boat as my friend, I want to give you a few tips on getting your taxes done.
With just a few days left before the March 31 deadline to sign up for health insurance, the Obama Administration announced that it will give extra time to those uninsured Americans who started to enroll in health insurance but were unable to complete the process. Full story
Yesterday the IRS answered this long standing question about the taxation of virtual digital currency, announcing that virtual digital currency like Bitcoins should be taxed as property instead of currency for federal tax purposes and the same rules that apply to property transactions like the sale of stocks apply to virtual currency. So what does this mean for you if you’re a tech savvy taxpayer dabbling in trading this form of currency? Full story
If you are a Millennial, you might be filing your taxes for the very first time, or perhaps this is only your second or third time filing taxes. As you get ready to file your taxes, here are some last minute things to keep in mind: Full story
With tax season here and many people expecting a tax refund, I thought it would be fun to list some of the smartest (and dumbest) ways you can spend your money. Full story
Whether you’ve been away at college, have your first job, or you’re still living at home with your parents you’ve probably heard something about the new health care law, the Affordable Care Act. But do you know how the March 31 deadline to purchase health insurance impacts you? Full story
A stressful, mad dash to file your taxes before the deadline can lead to errors and missed credits or deductions. Let’s go over some last minute tax tips to help you file [correctly] before the deadline.
Though medical expenses cost a bundle, medical insurance premiums, co-pays and uncovered medical expenses are deductible as itemized deductions on your tax return, and that can help defray the costs. In the past you could deduct only those medical expenses that exceed 7.5% of your adjusted gross income; beginning in 2013, that threshold has been raised to 10%. Full story
The open enrollment deadline is coming to a close for uninsured Americans to purchase health… Full story