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
Tax season is over. Now that we’re beyond April 15, aren’t you excited to start thinking about tax season 2014?
I didn’t think so. Nevertheless, here are two key strategies to consider throughout the rest of the year in order to make next year’s filing simpler and potentially less costly.
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
It’s easy to accumulate things so the idea of summertime cleaning always appeals to me. Fortunately, Uncle Sam has the same idea and if you do things right, you can clean out your home and get a nice tax deduction for your trouble when you file your taxes. Full story
Getting your documents in order today will help you file your tax return as quickly as possible next year. Full story