We all want our kids to have fun during the summer but some activities can get expensive. The key is to find ways to keep your kids occupied without breaking the bank. Here are five tips you can use to save money on kids’ activities.
With tropical storm Debby pounding the Tampa Bay area today and hurricane season on its way, we can’t help thinking about what we would do if we lost our most important documents should mother nature strike. Jim Wang saves the day and sheds light on the best ways to safeguard your documents.
It’s easy to accumulate things so the idea of summertime cleaning always appeals to me. Fortunately, Uncle Sam has the same idea and if you do things right, you can clean out your home and get a nice tax deduction for your trouble when you file your taxes.
Did you get a tax refund this year? If you’re like one of the many taxpayers who gets a few thousand dollars back, you’ll realize that it’s a pretty sizable chunk of change regardless of your financial situation. There are a lot of smart things you can do with that cash to make sure it improves your financial life and we’ll discuss some of them today.
If you choose to adopt, you might be eligible to take a tax credit for the expenses incurred and starting in tax year 2010, the tax credit was expanded in several ways to help alleviate some of the financial burden of adoption. Find out more here.
When it comes to year-end tax planning and tax reduction, accelerate your deductions or delay your income. Today, we’ll discuss how to find ways to accelerate your deductions so you can take that deduction this year instead of next.
A few years ago, after preparing my taxes, I realized I left off some income I earned that year. As a sole proprietor of a personal finance blog, I would receive several 1099-MISC forms each year from various vendors. A...