Are you looking for a job this summer? If so, you know that the costs of job hunting can get pricey. The good news is that you might be able to deduct some of your summer job search expenses on your taxes.
Regardless of what the government does to the gas tax, we can all agree that it seems like gas prices don’t ever seem to go down! So if your budget is feeling pinched because of how much you’re spending on fuel, here are a few tips on how to save on gas.
Now that winter is over, many of us are turning attention to clearing out the clutter. Spring cleaning is an annual ritual for us. The good news is that you can use spring cleaning as a time to help others, as well as to clean the clutter from your home.
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.
The best last minute tax moves are done before the calendar flips into the new year, but depending on your financial situation, you might be able to squeeze in one more tax deduction if you waited to file your taxes.
Saving is tough enough as it is, especially when you don’t have much income, and there aren’t a lot of incentives to save lately. There is one and it’s called the Retirement Savings Contributions Credit, or more commonly referred to as the Saver’s Credit.
If you are a Millennial, you might be filing your taxes for the very first time, or perhaps this is only your second or third time filing taxes. As you get ready to file your taxes, here are some last minute things to keep in mind:
In the years since, I’ve realized that I should be using tax software to do my taxes. If your tax situation is simple and your income qualifies, it’s often free. If you don’t qualify for free filing, it’s much cheaper than paying someone to do your taxes.
It’s almost like a rite of passage – preparing your own taxes. You may have filed your taxes for a summer job as a teenager, but your parents probably helped (if they were nice). Now that you’re all grown up, here are four tips that can help you as you start out as a new tax filer.
New Year’s resolutions are a time-honored tradition, and financial resolutions are among the most popular goals to set. Unfortunately, it’s all too easy to let these resolutions fade as the year progresses. Here are a couple of strategies that can help you make New Year’s resolutions that you are more likely to keep.