Today we found some awesome articles on five ways to use your tax refund, moving made eas, and teaching high school kids how to manage money.
Filing taxes can be a pain in the you-know-what, but it's all worth it when the refund arrives. Use the extra cash wisely with these eight suggestions.
What if you just don't do your taxes? What really happens to the people who ignore the whole thing and say, the heck with all of this, I'm skipping tax season?
If you're generous, make sure you get all the tax breaks coming to you. From car mileage to meals, you might be surprised by what you can deduct.
Even if you like doing your own taxes, there are still good reasons to go to a professional. Learn how an accountant can save you both money and stress.
Before you budget in a tax refund, make sure you don't fall into one of these categories.
Every tax season, people ask me about the same mythical deductions. Take a look at these three common points of confusion before filing this spring.
Busy parents Charles and Erica asked for a little forgiveness from the IRS... and got it.
Today we found some awesome articles on avoidable tax mistakes, building a credit score from scratch, and how to accomplish your financial resolutions.
Don't let these five common tax and entertainment expense myths trip you up at tax time.
The window of opportunity is closing rapidly for many key financial moves. Act soon, or you may miss out on substantial tax savings and more.
Couples planning to intermingle their marriage contracts with their business contracts should not overlook the tax and financial implications of the union of their unions.
Year end bonuses can be a good way to reward and motivate your employees. Just be sure you're following state and federal tax regulations.
Prelude to a national sales tax? Maybe not, but new IRS rules mean credit card companies and online payment processors now must report the transactions they manage.
Here's a look at tax law changes you can expect for 2012 and how to plan ahead to take advantage of those changes now.
Is it tax time again already? Three experts share tips and advice about getting through tax season unscathed.
Failure can be a stern teacher. Failure can also be a tidy tax write-off.
You probably know that you're supposed to pay your hourly employees for travel time. What about their commuting time?
Due to changes in tax law, employers can now offer employees cell phones as a tax free benefit.
If you fear the IRS may decide your independent contractors are really your employees, now is the time to take advantage of a special worker classification amnesty program.
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