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The end of the year is almost here. It’s time to reflect on what all you’ve accomplished and start thinking about what you want to happen in 2014. If you wait until the new year to start dealing with your income tax situation, you are probably missing out on a few opportunities to save. So let’s take a look at some money saving year end tax tips. Full story
Just as it’s easy to overeat during the holidays, it’s easy to overspend, especially if you buy on credit. To help you through the holiday rush and keep your spirits bright, here are seven tips to make the most of your money, and save on your taxes to boot – now there’s a real gift! Full story
Just when you thought Black Friday and Cyber Monday couldn’t possibly get any bigger, marketers around the country are opening earlier, offering deeper discounts, and even streaming live video online. And what’s at stake? Your sanity and your wallet. Thankfully, there are ways to take advantage of Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals and still maintain a positive balance in your bank account.
One of the worse natural disasters in history hit the Philippines last week. Whether you’ve been hit by a natural disaster or know someone hit by disaster our hearts go out to you or anyone you know faced with this difficult situation. We know that natural disasters may occur without any warning, but hopefully these tips offered by Michael Rubin will help you safeguard your records before they occur.
The end of the year is quickly approaching and hopefully you’re expecting a bonus for all of your hard work this year. But just how are bonuses taxed? Check out our bonus calculator that answers one of our most frequently asked questions and find out how your end of year bonus will be taxed. Full story
When you think of the holiday season, what comes to mind? Gift exchanges? Holiday parties? Home-baked pies? Taxes? I know you have a lot of other things to do this time of year, but the holiday season is a great time to make some last-minute tax moves before the year is over. Here are eight of my favorites. Full story
With holiday vacations fast approaching, many families are trying to make arrangements to visit their loved ones. The problem for some is that with so many other people traveling it can be expensive. I want to share some tips on how you can save on getting there and how you can lodge in style without breaking the bank. Full story
Halloween still remains a popular and fun time for kids and their families, but people are still looking for ways to save on their Halloween spending. Here are five easy tricks to help you celebrate Halloween without breaking the bank. Full story
Can’t pay your outstanding tax bill? First, be sure you still file your tax return. The failure to file penalty can be as high as 25% of the tax you owe, so it’s important that you get your tax return filed and not let your liability snowball. If you filed and owe the IRS, you should know about the IRS Fresh Start Program. Here are three of its features that offer a bit of relief for those struggling to pay their back taxes.