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.
Earning freelance income? Here’s how to make sure you don’t get stuck with a huge tax bill.
Now that tax time is over, it’s a good time to revisit your 2013 financial goals.
April 15th is right around the corner. 10 days to go. What if you haven’t started? Don’t panic. Start here.
You’re young, you’re smart, and you have a tax refund in your hands. How are you going to spend it? Our millennial contributor considers some practical approaches.
Ride side-by-side with Block Talk’s Matt Staub as he files his 2012 tax return in an H&R Block Office.
As a single parent, you probably have questions or concerns as to your filing status and what tax credits and/or deductions you might be eligible for. Single Mama NYC, aka Issa Mas, shares her tips.
Miranda Marquit of Planting Money Seeds drops into Block Talk today to give you a refresher on the 5 most common tax deductions.
If you haven’t filed yet, you may be considering whether you’re going to switch up your usual routine: get your taxes done & out of the way soon — or to wait until early April to get them in just under the wire?