Today is National Donut Day. But before you take that first doughy bite, take some time to learn about the history of National Donut Day and how you can save money while giving thanks in honor of this sweet celebration.
Now that winter is over, many of us are turning attention to clearing out the clutter. Spring cleaning is an annual ritual for us. The good news is that you can use spring cleaning as a time to help others, as well as to clean the clutter from your home.
Today, the IRS announced that taxpayers who made cash donations for Philippines typhoon relief on or after March 26, 2014 and before midnight on Monday, April 14, 2014, can get an immediate tax benefit when claiming the donation on their 2013 return. If you’re thinking of giving back, it’s not too late.
It seems like the end of the year always sneaks up on us and while I have your attention, I think there are a few smart moves you can make near the end of the year to set yourself up for a fantastic new year. Even though you will be preparing your taxes in 2014, these are moves you need to do today, while the date on the calendar still says 2013.
Although your charitable nature surely isn’t solely motivated by the potential for a tax deduction, saving a few bucks on your taxes is a nice side benefit. To make sure you maximize the tax value of any of your planned philanthropy before the end of the year, consider the following guidelines.
With the hustle and bustle of the holidays, the last thing we want to think about are taxes. But since the holidays are a time to think about giving, Razoo and TurboTax have teamed up to provide simple tips for smart charitable giving that can save...
During the holidays an estimated 75 percent of Americans donate to charity, but many don’t realize they can turn their generosity into tax savings. To help taxpayers, Intuit TurboTax created the new TurboTax ItsDeductible mobile app for iPhone.
The clutter is becoming too much. You’re ready to deal with it by, (gasp), finally getting rid of some stuff. Even your significant other is on board with the idea. Now the question becomes: What’s the best way to dispose of your items and make some money?