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
With tax season here and many people expecting a tax refund, I thought it would be fun to list some of the smartest (and dumbest) ways you can spend your money. Full story
A lot of big life changes can happen in a year – whether you’re looking… Full story
In my prior blog post on “12 Ways to Save on Taxes Through Life’s Transitions”, I gave you 12 tips on education, working and family life. This blog post continues with 11 more tax tips to help you save through life’s major events.
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
Your tax return has been filed, you received your tax refund, and that’s a relief. No need to even think about taxes again until next year, right? Wrong. If you want to maximize your tax refund next year, you need to learn these 7 tax tips this year. Full story
Whew! Your taxes are done and it’s time to put up your feet and finally relax, right? You’re not too far off- the pressure is definitely gone, but before you just sit back until next tax season, there are a few things you can do to help make filing taxes easier next season. With a few adjustments you may be able to keep more money in your pocket and possibly increase your tax refund for next year. 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.
Tax season is here, and with it might come new questions about your taxes or financial situation. One of the most common misconceptions among members of the Hispanic community is that you need to pay someone to prepare your taxes in order to get your biggest refund. On February 26, Mike Periu will share tips on how you can start taking control of your finances, starting with filing your own taxes during a free Webinar. Full story