It’s already July and before you know it, school will be back in session. Many families do their best to find ways to save money on all that comes with back-to-school season. If you are looking for a way to save on your purchases, you can take advantage of sales tax holidays in later summer.
Being your own boss as a freelance professional comes with exciting perks, amazing hours, and unrestricted living and working. But it also comes with a little more responsibility when you approach tax season. Follow these three smart and strategic tax tips and you’ll soon find another reason to love working for yourself.
With the exception of housing, many couples’ biggest expenses are tied up with their cars. Besides paying for gasoline, cars usually require regular maintenance, and perhaps a car payment for a loan. The good news is with a little bit of effort you can make owning your car less expensive. Here are 3 tips to lower your cost this summer:
It’s typical for the IRS to send out notices to taxpayers if any tax adjustments are necessary or if the IRS requires more information. If you receive one of these notices in the mail don’t worry. Here are 4 tips to help you.
Your tax return has been filed, you received your tax refund, and that’s a relief. No need to even think about taxes again until next year, right? Wrong. If you want to maximize your tax refund next year, you need to learn these 7 tax tips this year.
Our hearts go out to anyone who falls victim of a natural disaster. We hope that you and your families are safe. Natural disasters may occur without any warning. So how can you prepare? Michael Rubin shares some important tips to help safeguard documents before a natural disaster strikes.
Everyone is looking for ways to save money and with Americans becoming more budget conscious, about 71% find themselves saving money by cooking at home instead of dining out. This infographic takes a look at how often Americans go out...
Most people would consider the tax refund the best part of tax season and with almost 75% of tax payers getting tax refunds this year, we’re taking a look at how Americans will spend their refund. While some would opt to save their refund for a rainy day, about 56% of tax payers plan to use some of this year’s tax refund to shop. Let’s take a look at the breakdown of top items on shoppers’ lists.
If the IRS sends you a tax bill instead of a refund check don’t panic, there are several ways to manage this and it does not have to be a nightmare for your personal finances. You just have to manage it like any other part of your finances. Taxpayers have several options. Consider the following: