Whether you’re moving up the corporate ladder, changing careers altogether, or struggling through the reality of being laid off, it’s wise to understand how changes to your employment situation can affect your taxes.
When you earn wages, tips, or a salary, your employer will send you a W-2 form detailing your income over the past year. The Form 1099 is used by the IRS to report all other forms of income you’ve received. Find out more.
There are few, if any, joys in life that can be compared to the birth of your child. Yet, in the middle of such happiness, someone always seems to tell you how expensive a child will be in the 18 years that you’ll be responsible for them.
Luckily, children can actually save you a pretty substantial amount of money – on your taxes. Here are some of the ways you can save.
Happy New Year! For most of us, the new year is time to make resolutions and attempt to make a fresh start. It’s also time when many folks start thinking about filing their taxes. If you’ve said goodbye to 2012 and you’re ready to tackle your 2013, here are 5 tax tips to keep in mind for the new year ahead.
If you’re like the majority of the graduating population, you weren’t hired for your dream job prior to commencement. Although finding a job in your career field may take some time, two key elements will help you sort through the confusion and land the job you want: staying prepared and developing a job hunting (or marketing) strategy.
Congratulations, another semester of higher education is behind you.
But what to do with all of this free time on your hands? If you’re not tied down with summer classes, you might want to checkout the different opportunities in the workforce.
You’ve developed a plan to safeguard your family, but what about safeguarding vital documents like your tax information? Everyone should secure their tax forms and other related financial information against the possibility of loss or damage due to natural disasters.
The Southeast and Midwest portions of the country are commonly plagued with bad weather this time of year. But this year has proven to be especially bad, with large tornado outbreaks and major flooding affecting many parts of the country. What are the tax implications?