If you thought going to college brought you immeasurable freedom, just wait until graduation. The truth is, graduating college brings more life changes than entering college – especially when it comes to your financial landscape. Take a look at some of the most beneficial money saving tips for college graduates. Full story
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For people who break into a cold sweat every year during the tax deadline countdown,… Full story
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The tax deadline is April 15th! So why are you waiting to prepare your tax return? With the average tax refund of about $2,700 last tax season and the ease and convenience of TurboTax there’s no reason to wait to file. We’ve laid out 6 last minute tax tips to help you streamline your tax preparation and keep more money in your pocket. Full story
For that time in a person’s life when he or she begins to take care of their parent, its important to know that the IRS allows those individuals to claim their parents as dependents on their tax return. Full story
When you’re in the zone between a child and a full-blown adult, it’s good to have some guidance about taxes. Take a look at theses 5 tax tips for students to make sure you’ve got your bases covered. Full story
What amount of your medical expenses are tax deductible? Do you have to show proof of the expenses that you’re claiming as deductions? Whose medical bills are able to be deducted? These are some very common questions about medical expenses, so let’s just dive right in.
Whether you’re moving up the corporate ladder, changing careers altogether, or struggling through the reality of being laid off, it’s wise to understand how changes to your employment situation can affect your taxes. Full story
As the tax deadline approaches, you might begin to ask yourself, “Do I really need to submit my tax return this year?” A good rule of thumb to follow when approaching the task of filing taxes is this: When in doubt, go ahead and file. Full story
Many of us have fallen into the bad habit of waiting until the last minute to get things done . . . especially when it comes to our taxes. Taking the time to prepare and get organized is essential to reducing your tax season stress.
No, it’s not a case of “easier said than done”. All you need is to follow these simple and effective tips and ideas to help streamline your tax-season preparation. Full story