Ed note: Sure, your annual March Madness office pool is a lot of fun, but what does it mean for your taxes – that’s right, taxes – come April? Here are some important things to keep in mind before filling out your bracket. “Selection Sunday” for the 2014 Men’s NCAA Basketball Tournament is upon us. This […]
Ed note: H&R Block has been on a mission all year to get America its “Billion Back.” This is because in a 2013 study we found that one in five people who do their own taxes had missed out on money – on average more than $450 per person. So we thought it would be […]
Ed note: There’s nothing like $1,000 tip for a pizza delivery to the world’s biggest stars. Edgar might have had the experience of a lifetime, but he’s also got a nice little chunk of income to account for on next year’s tax returns. Contributor Trent Hamm gives a few tips for those of us who […]
Ed note: If a huge storm is coming, we flock to the store for bread, milk, batteries and more. When finals roll around, every college student loves to stock up on their favorite snacks, supplies and sleep-inhibiting beverages. It’s time we started treating tax time the same way and prep up the essentials. Whether you […]
The IRS issued new numbers last week that show it is hard at work processing millions of returns. We encourage you to check out this infographic that shows how to alter your W-4 – it was one of the most-discussed things on our Facebook page this week.
Ed note: There’s a lot to understand about the new Affordable Care Act, but the issue that has many people very confused is the penalty. The Tax Institute’s lead tax research analyst Lindsey Buchholz explains when and how the penalty could affect you. Leer en español. If you are required to have minimum essential health care […]