Your wedding day can be the most expensive day of your life – but it certainly doesn’t have to be. If you’re sweating the high wedding bills that are coming your way, take a look at this info graphic to see...
Congratulations on your nuptials – getting married is a very exciting time and while I don’t want to damper it with talk of taxes, what better time than when you have the fond memories of a wedding still fresh in your mind.
Here are 5 things you should do now, to get ahead of the curve for next year’s taxes.
Are you a new or soon to be new Dad? Congratulations! You’ve probably heard that it can also be a pretty expensive time. But there are some ways to save money as a new parent. Let’s look at a few savings tips for you, the new dad.
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.
Today is National Chocolate Chip Day, yum! Not only do homemade cookies taste the best (nothing beats a cookie fresh out of the oven), but flour is tax-free, so you can indulge your sweet tooth and save.
Now that tax season is over and you’ve successfully filed your tax return, you might be tempted to begin tossing your tax papers away. Not so fast. Here are some guidelines for what paperwork you should keep and for how long.
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.
Every year, taxpayers find themselves in a situation where they simply can’t pay the amount they owe on April 15. If that happens to you, consider each of the following tips to make sure you don’t accidentally put yourself in an even worse position.