At the end of the 2012 tax year the Bush (or Obama) tax rates will increase to previous levels. Will the President and Congress act to avoid a tax increase?
In January 2014 H.R.3590, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, will go live. As a result many people will see increased taxes, and others will receive tax breaks. Let’s take a look.
Flexible spending accounts are a way to allow employees to save money on taxes by setting aside money to pay for health care costs. But how do they work?
If you’re self employed or if you have significant side income you most likely should be paying estimated taxes on the income throughout the year. Here’s how.
Expecting to receive a tax refund this year? Here are some ways you can invest that refund in yourself this year.
At the end of 2012 a whole host of tax breaks are all expiring at once. It is being called “Taxmageddon” and unless something is done the average household could see a huge tax increase.
It’s not uncommon for people hurrying to file their taxes before the deadline to make a mistake. What are some things to remember when amending your tax return?
Tax returns are due on April 17th this year, and many people have already filed. What if you haven’t filed yet, and you’re not able to pay your taxes? What options do you have?
One way dads can help keep their family financially stable is to make sure they are cashing in on every available tax break available. Here is a look at some tax tips to help you save.
Filing your taxes can be confusing enough without having to deal with scam artists and their tax scams. Here are some scams to be wary of this year when you file.
Congress has passed and Obama will sign an extension of the payroll tax cut through the end of the 2012 tax year. Here is what it means for you.
This past week I started getting all of my tax forms. I got my W2 from the company I work for at my day job, 1099s from a variety of companies that I do freelance work for, some miscellaneous tax forms from investments that we have and reporting forms showing how much we’ve donated to […]
Filing your taxes doesn’t have to be a pain. There are several places that will allow you to do it for free if you meet certain guidelines.
If you’ve paid contract or freelance workers more than $600 throughout the tax year, you are required to file a 1099-MISC. Here’s how.