Don’t wait until you’re filing your tax return to think about taxes. Spending a moment now can help you come out ahead next spring. Here are the top three things you can do now to save time and money at tax time. 1. Can you defer any income until next year (or even later)? This […]
We know that there are many questions about the new health care law. That is why we started the Health Care Q&A series where we post the answers to frequently asked questions here on the blog to help get the word out. The second question in our series focuses on what happens if you just […]
ED NOTE: The government shutdown is on everyone’s mind right now. While we can not help with how long this may last we did break down how it will affect your taxes. We will continue to watch this and stay on top of how your taxes will be affected and we will get through this […]
ED Note: Many people around the country will turn on their TVs tonight to watch the beginning of another NFL season. Those of us watching are likely not thinking about the tax bills that come with all of the fanfare of the games. But for the professional athlete that participates, taxes can be rather complicated. […]
Ed note: Getting promoted and mastering our jobs are results of consistent hard work and great relationships. But sometimes we need a little help to reach our career goals, whether it’s attending a conference, joining a job-specific association or going back to school. To help make going that extra mile a little bit less expensive, […]
Freelancing? Self-employed? You don’t want to be stuck with a huge tax bill in April again this year. You should be making quarterly estimated payments – and another deadline is coming up soon. As you know, you’re required to pay taxes as you earn income. Self-employed taxpayers are usually required to pay estimated tax quarterly. […]
Don’t Miss the Tax Deadline for Americans Abroad Did you qualify for the automatic two-month tax filing extension in April? If you’re a U.S. citizen living and working abroad and received the extra time to file your taxes, your deadline is just around the corner. Remember: beginning with tax year 2011, the new Form 8938 […]
Summer is here and with it the question of child care during these out of school months. One answer to that question might be the annual summer day camp. They can be fun for the kids and help take the place of day care. But did you know that The Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit can […]
We’ve already talked about ways to use your refund to grow your nest egg — but how about a different type of investment? You don’t have to set your refund aside in a savings account to make a smart spending decision.
What are you going to do with your nest egg? Here’s a suggestion: invest it.