Federal taxes affect all of us- we notice our smaller paychecks, or we’re wondering we’re going to get a refund or not, or if we’re doing bookkeeping for our small business. It’s something we need to be on top of. Taxes...
As tax season is coming up, many people are anticipating receiving a tax refund. Last year, the average tax refund was $3,036. Many folks might not be thinking about it quite yet, but with the busy holidays fast-approaching, before you know it, you’ll be wondering what the best way to use that chunk of change is.
Worried that you’ll be stuck at home or worse, stuck in traffic from all the Labor Day travel? If you’re willing to try different things you should be able to find something that will make your long weekend wonderful and memorable.
Finding good deals on vacation travel and spots is easier than ever if you use a combination of social media tools and other online help. It pays to know which sites to check out and use for your next trip to save money on flights, car rentals, attractions, and hotels.
Business owners and others are analyzing the healthcare reform law to see what new adjustments to expect to make the transition smoother. A new provision that is expected to start in 2012 might impact how small business owners do their taxes.
As tax season progresses, tax scams are in full throttle. You have to be aware and watch out for these scams and protect yourself. The best defense you have is be informed and prepared. Take heed of these tax scams!