Tag: taxes

Tus archivos: ¿Cuál es el mínimo absoluto que debes conservar?

Nota del editor: La temporada de impuestos trae consigo una marea de documentos: W-2, 1099, recibos, Formulario 1040 y muchos más. Ahora que has presentado tu declaración, y quizás obtenido un reembolso, ¿estás listo para eliminarlos todos? No tan rápido. Uno de nuestros expertos de The Tax Institute explica por qué debes conservar esos documentos, […]

Win Big? Here’s the Bad News [INFOGRAPHIC]

It’s easy to watch Who Want to be a Millionaire – or another favorite game show – and marvel over the huge checks given to winners. It seems too easy to be true! Answer a few questions correctly, and you’ll walk away with thousands. Of course, it isn’t quite that clear cut. We break down […]

How to Proactively Address Your Tax Situation After Divorce

Ed note: There are some things that just aren’t fun to talk about. Period. There’s no dressing it up or injecting humor. Divorce is one of them. The thing is, we aren’t here just for fun. We also want to share important information that you can use. If you are going through a divorce, your […]

Health Care Q&A – Advance Tax Credit

We continue our series on the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you. See all of our Health Care posts for more information.   What is the advance tax credit?                 The advance tax credit is a tax credit you receive to help pay your health insurance […]

A Lannister Always Pays His Debts

Ed note: As a Game of Thrones fan, I just… I mean… oh boy. It’s a show that never disappoints, so we will try to follow that example. By now, you will have (hopefully) seen the season finale of this year’s Game of Thrones. If you have not, then I will issue the requisite Spoiler […]

H&R Block U. S. Expat Tax Services – How can I use it?

Ed note: It may come as a surprise to some Americans living abroad that they still need to file a U.S. tax return. That’s right – even if you live in another country, work in another country and don’t have any money invested in U.S. accounts, you will still likely be required to file a […]

Expats: What You May Need to File U.S. Taxes

Ed note: It may come as a surprise to some Americans living abroad that they still need to file a U.S. tax return. That’s right – even if you live in another country, work in another country and don’t have any money invested in U.S. accounts, you will still likely be required to file a […]

Tax Questions, Answered: Education Expenses

Ed note: The experts at the Tax Institute have answered more of your questions, this time around which education expenses will qualify for tax credits or deductions. Question: I am currently enrolled in a multi-year practical program of study in electrical work. Can this be counted toward a four-year post-graduate program to receive the tax […]

6 Steps to Establishing a Post-College Budget

Ed note: You’ve probably gotten used to parts of adulthood – doing laundry, making it to class on time – but leaving college and taking on your first job makes it a great time to commit to managing your finances better. Leer en español. Congratulations on receiving your diploma and landing a job offer! This is […]

Health Care Q&A – College and the Advance Tax Credit

We continue our series on the Affordable Care Act and how it affects you. See all of our Health Care posts for more information.   I am in college. Do I qualify for the tax credit?                 Maybe. If you are claimed as a dependent by your parents […]