The kids are out of school, the air has warmed up, the swimming pools are packed, and everyone wants to find something fun to do. We’re all looking for an enjoyable summer this year, but that doesn’t mean you have to break the bank.
Are you a new or soon to be new Dad? Congratulations! You’ve probably heard that it can also be a pretty expensive time. But there are some ways to save money as a new parent. Let’s look at a few savings tips for you, the new dad.
A stressful, mad dash to file your taxes before the deadline can lead to errors and missed credits or deductions. Let’s go over some last minute tax tips to help you file [correctly] before the deadline.
IRS kicks off tax season just in time for EITC Awareness Day today. The earned income tax credit has helped millions of hard-working Americans get out of poverty and can be a credit worth up to $6,044 depending on your income. Phil Taylor answers common questions to help you understand more about the Earned Income Tax Credit.
The new year is here. So much to think about and try to make happen in 2014. Don’t neglect your taxes and all the things you can do to be a more responsible and savvy tax filer. Follow these tips to save money, time, and headache when dealing with your taxes in the new year.
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.
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.
There are many wonderful reasons for buying gifts for your colleagues and business associates. There’s also one more incentive to make those gift purchases. All or part of the cost of your business gifts can actually become tax deductions. Here are the rules.
When planning for retirement, you need to know what your contribution limits are. And wouldn’t you know it, the maximum contribution limits for 2013 have increased. Knowing about yearly contribution limits helps you develop a retirement savings plan and helps you also make some smart end of year tax moves to save money on your taxes.