With college costing more every year, families are looking for ways to manage their finances. While I covered some great tax credits and deductions for parents, I want to focus on school related tax breaks.
Between gasoline, packing materials, moving assistance, and insurance, the summertime moving costs can really add up. All of this might get you thinking, “Are any of my summer-time moving expenses tax deductible?”
Summer holiday is here, but its not just about the 4th of July and Labor Day anymore! Across the country, states are declaring sales tax holidays to help shoppers save on school supplies, severe weather needs, and other essentials. Check out our...
If you were uninsured and purchased health insurance in the Health Insurance Marketplace, you may have received a subsidy or premium tax credit in advance to help you pay your monthly health insurance premiums. But what happens if you had a change in income or family size?
For many high school seniors and their families, this time of year is busy with college applications sent and replies being eagerly awaited. It also marks FAFSA season as families are filling them out in hopes of getting financial aid. With...
With holiday vacations fast approaching, many families are trying to make arrangements to visit their loved ones. The problem for some is that with so many other people traveling it can be expensive. I want to share some tips on how you can save on getting there and how you can lodge in style without breaking the bank.
Summer time is here and with the break comes family vacations. Whether you go out camping, visiting family, traveling to an amusement park, or splashing around the beach, there are ways for you to save money this year without sacrificing the fun.
If you choose to adopt, you might be eligible to take a tax credit for the expenses incurred and starting in tax year 2010, the tax credit was expanded in several ways to help alleviate some of the financial burden of adoption. Find out more here.