The IRS has announced a delay to the start of the 2014 tax-filing season. So how long of a delay are we looking at? Previously, the original kick-off date to the start of the upcoming filing season was announced as January 21st, 2014 for individuals. Yesterday, however, the IRS announced a possible two-week delay for […]
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Halloween is quickly approaching and you have just a few more months to take advantage of these “tax tricks” that may save you money on your 2013 return: Increase your retirement contributions If you contribute to an employee retirement plan such as a 401(k) or 403(b) plan, consider increasing your retirement contributions before the […]
The shock of receiving such a large refund from the IRS this year may have raised a red flag: you may be withholding too much from your paychecks. Here’s how to fix that.
Today’s the day. Here’s what to do if you haven’t started.
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.
What is the Earned Income Tax Credit — and are you eligible to claim it? Find out now.
Ed Note: As you may know, a tax audit is an IRS inspection of an individual’s or entity’s books and records. If you’re audited, the IRS will send you a letter stating which type of tax audit applies to you. You’ll need to comply with the IRS’ requests for information (which is why you’re advised […]
It’s the shortest month of the year and we’re all about making every minute count. Here’s how you can save time & money filing taxes in February.
Confused about something? Here are answers to a few of the questions you’ve been asking.
If you filed for a tax extension, your tax deadline is Monday, October 15th!