Mar 31st, 2015

The Growing Latino Workforce [INFOGRAPHIC]

By 2050, one in three working Americans will be Latino – meaning they have ancestry from a Latin American country. Today, these folks only represent 16% of the workforce. That’s a big increase in buying power, taxes paid and more. We look at this important part of the economy, including the increasing number of Latino (especially […]

Mar 26th, 2015

When Do Non-Citizens Pay U.S. Taxes? [INFOGRAPHIC]

If someone isn’t a U.S. citizen, they may be classified in three different ways under immigration law: An immigrant A nonimmigrant An undocumented immigrant But when it comes to tax time, the IRS is only concerned about whether they are a resident alien or nonresident alien. Resident aliens are taxed in the same manner as […]

Mar 5th, 2015

Daylight Saving Time: Are You Ready to Spring Forward? [INFOGRAPHIC]

It’s almost time to “Spring Forward.” While most of us are totally on board with the general idea of Spring (no more snow! or cold!), losing an hour of sleep to the transition into Daylight Saving Time may be a big disappointment. Which got us asking questions. When did we start this Daylight Saving stuff? […]

Feb 18th, 2015

Love Your Pet, But At What Cost? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Last weekend was all about love. Big red heart-shaped boxes of chocolate, over-priced rose bouquets and glitter (so much glitter!) could be found just about everywhere. All these symbols of affection got us thinking about the important ones in our life that don’t get celebrated on Valentine’s Day  – our pets. And we aren’t the […]

Feb 11th, 2015

Most Taxed Cities and States [INFOGRAPHIC]

If it seems like you’re paying a lot in taxes, you might feel better by taking a glance at this chart. Well, unless you live in Philadelphia. Are you surprised at how these figures work out? Leer en español. Click to view larger image Like this infographic? Use the code below to embed it on […]

Feb 8th, 2015


If this is your first time filing a tax return – you may be asking a lot of questions. There’s more than one tax form? How do I choose which one? What’s the difference between an exemption and a deduction? Why they heck do we pay taxes anyway? The history might not be as long as […]