With tax season over, now is a good time if you haven’t already, to review and make sure your federal and state withholding information are up to date for your job. Full story
Now that tax season is over and you’ve successfully filed your tax return, you might be tempted to begin tossing your tax papers away. Not so fast. Here are some guidelines for what paperwork you should keep and for how long. Full story
As you begin your annual spring cleaning ritual, consider going beyond weeding the yard and moving furniture in search of dust-mite filled corners; this year, clean up your financial and tax affairs. Full story
Now that you’ve filed your taxes and the refund check has been deposited, how did… Full story
Now that taxes are filed and your refund check is on its way, your first… Full story
You beat the tax deadline and were lucky enough to get a tax refund! But what happens when the amount the IRS has deposited into your bank account is less than the amount you expected. Your tax refund may have been offset by the Treasury Offset Program. Here are the most common examples of past due debts that can offset (reduce) your income tax refund.
The end of tax season is the perfect time to think about building your nest… Full story
There are a million reasons why taxpayers miss the deadline so if you’re one of them, don’t beat yourself up about it. Unfortunately, this is a problem that doesn’t go away on its own unless you file. Before it gets any later, you need to consider your options — and fix the situation.
Every year, taxpayers find themselves in a situation where they simply can’t pay the amount they owe on April 15. If that happens to you, consider each of the following tips to make sure you don’t accidentally put yourself in an even worse position.
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue announced today that it is extending the personal income state… 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