Closing the books on another tax year is always a great feeling. You’ve either received your tax refund or settled the score with Uncle Sam, so you sit back and relax until next year, right? Well, not entirely. Staying organized, even after your taxes have been filed, will make your life a lot easier in the future. Full story
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Colorful eggs are a sure sign that Easter is approaching and that the tax deadline… Full story
It’s not uncommon to see green on St. Patrick’s day, but there’s usually more green to go around this time of year when you get your tax refund. Instead of wasting the money, if you plan ahead you can turn your tax refund into your own little St. Patrick’s Day pot of gold. Full story
Did you know that each year the IRS has upwards of a billion dollars in unclaimed tax refunds? That’s right, a billion dollars of money that is owed to taxpayers across the country. How does this happen?
If you didn’t have time to file by the April tax deadline, chances are you filed for an extension. Even though you filed an extension, does it feel like that October extension deadline came out of nowhere? Time can get away from us and even those extra six months can fly by and leave you scrambling come October. If so, here a few tips to help take some of the stress out of this tax deadline.
Student loans have become a tremendous burden. Even though you can’t escape the payments, are there any tax breaks for student loans? Luckily, most taxpayers who make student loan payments on a qualified student loan will get a little relief. Full story
As a single guy or gal you have the freedom to spend your time and money on the things that are important to you. Unfortunately, this also means you only have one source of income and every decision you make will significantly impact your personal finances. So, if you take the right precautions you’ll be sure to save and spend wisely.
How would you like to take a tax-deductible vacation this summer? That can’t be possible, can it? Well, there is a way that you could embark on some travel or a vacation and end up saving money come tax time. Find out more here. Full story
Our taxes are largely tied to how much money we make. If you find yourself making more, chances are you’ll need to pay more, and if your income goes down you’ll probably find that you’re paying less. If you’re expecting a major change in income here are a few things to pay attention to so that you can make the most of it. Full story
Every year, millions of dollars go to the IRS instead of back into taxpayer’s pockets. So, before you file your next tax return, here are a few of the most overlooked tax deductions. Full story