What if we missed a form? What’s the procedure for that? In that case we may need to amend our tax returns. For anyone who thinks that may have to do that, here is some information to help it be as painless as possible.
Does it seem like 2016 is flashing by quickly? If you’re like me, you’ve been so swamped with things to do at work and home that you haven’t had time yet to submit your tax return. We’re unpacking from our...
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.
Say you suddenly find yourself in need of one of your old tax returns. Such a circumstance might come about when applying for a loan, be it a home mortgage, refinancing, or for college funding. If you’re unable to find your return among the piles of old photo albums and dated baseball cards in your closet, the IRS can help. Here’s how.
Filling out your tax return with a pencil and paper has always been a chore, especially when trying to keep track of multiple deductions. In the old days, you had to slog through boxes full of receipts and enter their values into a calculator. Those days, thankfully, are no more.
With state and federal taxes, Americans are now being taxed an average of 16.26% for the use of their phones. Depending on the state that number can shoot as high as 23.69%. Each month, the talking tax is silently imposed on America’s wireless customers, and unless legislative action is taken the rates could rise even higher.
What better time of year to release the most recent tax rates on beer, wine, and liquor than St. Patrick’s Day? Let’s take a look at which states pay the lowest and highest rates for their most spirited beverages–and investigate how this Irish holiday turns America into an alcohol-consuming machine.
Every year around this time, millions of Americans wonder if it’s even necessary for them to file a tax return. It probably doesn’t come as a shock to you, since anyone who has ever looked at a Form 1040 has probably wondered where the emergency exit doors are!
Just like that, January has come and gone. Poof! It was only a few short weeks ago you probably sat down and made a few financial resolutions. Save more. Spend less. Pay off debt. Whatever your resolution, how are things going after the first month? Are you on track or have you already bailed on them just like your diet resolution?
Since 2006, m-commerce has been booming. With a greater number of retailers going mobile, more and more Americans may be turning to their smart phones for all of their retail needs. And, with independent developers and retail conglomerates alike developing mobile apps at an ever-increasing pace, mobile shopping as an industry as only reached the tip of the iceberg.