Apr 20th, 2015

Earth Day: Save Some Green [INFOGRAPHIC]

Doing what’s right for the environment this Earth Day can also be beneficial for your wallet and your tax return. Of course, it’s good to use generally reduce, reuse and recycle, but if there’s a tax break for it too, we’re here to make sure you take advantage! Click to view larger image Like this infographic? […]

Apr 11th, 2015

Which Generation is the Most Money-Smart? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Do you feel comfortable talking about interest rates, inflation or mortgages? If the answer is no, you aren’t alone. We thought this research about how “financially-smart” different generations are was pretty interesting. Are you representative of your generation? You can quiz yourself here. Leer en español. Click here to view a larger version. Generational Financial […]

Apr 3rd, 2015

When To File Taxes if You Live Abroad

For those of us living in the U.S. the deadline for filing a tax return is pretty clear. It’s got to be in by April 15 – whether you file the return or file an extension. For U.S. citizens who live or work outside of the country, it can be more complicated. So we created […]

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? […]