I loved working a summer job. Looking back, now that I work every summer, I really miss those days. Summer jobs when you’re in high school or college can be fairly low key. Since I was there only a few...
You made the tax deadline, but your tax debt may still linger on. Well, at least you filed and avoided the most hefty penalty for failure-to-file. You might be scrambling to figure out how you’ll be able to pay what you owe after receiving your final tax bill from the IRS. There are options available to you if you are unable to pay and many are quite reasonable. We’ll go through some of the best options if you can’t pay.
It’s a good thing you can use TurboTax Military Edition for your last minute tax filing so you can easily be guided through these special tax benefits and can keep more of your hard-earned money. Here are 5 last minute tax tips for military that will help you save when you go online and file your taxes.
Although I am not a fan of doing my taxes each year, using tax software makes it easy and helps avoid mistakes. I certainly don’t ever do them by hand, you’re just asking for trouble. When preparing your taxes there...
Our tax system is straightforward in the sense that you pay taxes on taxable income. How much you pay will depend entirely on the type of income you receive. Most income is taxable income but there are some examples of non-taxable income and we’ll look at both.
With holiday season fast approaching, it is common to ramp up spending. While many people enjoy the holidays, it can also be stressful, since holiday spending can put increased strain on your finances. Before things really get underway with your holiday spending, consider some of the impacts that this time of year might have on your pocketbook. Here are 5 finance tips to help you save this season.
Hurricane Sandy and other natural disasters can be devastating for the individuals impacted. You can never replace the personal items lost, but the IRS offers some relief. Jim Wang tells us how to claim a casualty loss when the unexpected happens.
October 15th is quickly approaching and if you didn’t file your tax return yet you’re probably wondering how to get your tax documents in order to make the tax extension deadline. Jim Wang has created a tax form checklist to help you figure out what tax documents you need to prepare your taxes.