One of our goals before the year is over is to FINALLY get the home office organized and that means getting our filing system in order. Here are some tips to help you figure out how and how long to keep tax records.
The 2011 extended tax deadline was October 15th and while many scrambled to make the tax deadline, some of you may have missed it and are wondering what to do. Don’t worry! If you missed the extended tax deadline, here are answers to 5 of your burning questions to help you figure out what to do next.
Are you behind on your taxes but still looking for a tax break? Sound too good to be true? Actually, you just might be the perfect candidate for the Internal Revenue Service Fresh Start Initiative. In recognition of the challenging times many people continue to face due to the lackluster economic recovery, the Fresh Start Initiative (FSI) provides some people with a little breathing room.
If you didn’t have time to file by the April tax deadline, chances are you filed for an extension. Even though you filed an extension, does it feel like that October extension deadline came out of nowhere? Time can get away from us and even those extra six months can fly by and leave you scrambling come October. If so, here a few tips to help take some of the stress out of this tax deadline.
October 15th is quickly approaching and if you didn’t file your tax return yet you’re probably wondering how to get your tax documents in order to make the tax extension deadline. Jim Wang has created a tax form checklist to help you figure out what tax documents you need to prepare your taxes.
It’s only a few days left before the 2011 extended tax deadline. Are you trying to figure out how you’re going to file by October 15th? Don’t worry we can help you! Tune in to our free tax tip Webinar on Wednesday, October 10th from 1 – 1:30 pm PST to get free tax tips and learn an easy, convenient, and inexpensive way to accurately file your taxes from one of our CPAs, Lisa Greene-Lewis.
As autumn is approaching here in the United States, there’s another milestone coming up soon. October 15- the deadline for filing your 2011 tax return. Besides procrastination, some are delaying getting their taxes completed because they are worried about getting them done correctly. Fortunately there are ways to help with both.
You’ve raised a child from infancy to adulthood and are now sending them to college. It’s time to celebrate, but it’s also a great time to examine your budget and find ways to lower your expenses while your children are off at college. Here’s some more advice to really lower those monthly expenses.
The following post is an excerpt, with permission, from Beyond Paycheck to Paycheck, by Michael B. Rubin, named one of five books to help your career by Careebuilder.com. The Savings Solution discusses the following saving strategies extensively.
Every year, Labor Day offers working Americans a much-deserved day off. What will you do with it? Despite higher gas prices, more consumers are planning to travel this year than in 2011. We explore how many Americans are traveling, the gas prices they will be paying, average trip lengths, and the most popular national and international destinations of the year.