Average wedding costs are back on the rise with the average cost for tying the knot at about $28,000 in 2012. Newlyweds (or their families) are spending more due to regained confidence in the economy and all the new amenities available for guests (everything from photo booths to cartoonists). Our infographic looks at the average costs of wedding expenses and the sales tax associated with those costs. Full story
Summertime is a busy time for weddings and wedding planning. You have to think about the venue, band or DJ, photographer, florist, videographer, dress, cake, musicians, invitations, and more. But before you plan your nuptials, check out our infographic, which shows you how the time of month, day, and location can impact your wedding costs.
If you’re planning your wedding this year you may be amazed at how expensive it can be. With some planning, you can have the wedding you’ve wanted and cut costs on your wedding expenses. Depending on your situation you may also get to deduct some of your wedding costs.
Weddings are expensive, so it is too bad that they aren’t tax deductible. But wait – though tax write-offs may not be top-of-mind when you are planning your wedding, with careful planning there are some ways you can garner a tax deduction or two. Full story