Welcome to parenthood! Of all the changes headed your way, don't forget about tax changes, too.
Once the wedding bells stop ringing, it's time to get real about how your money might change after marriage — starting with taxes.
We all want a lower tax burden. When your spouse earns much less, you may be tempted to claim them as a dependent. Should You?
Child care is expensive. Ease the burden by making use of one of your employer's tax-advantaged perks.
In the bustle of parenthood, new moms and dads often forget about these huge potential tax savings. Are you making the same mistake?
Reduce your tax burden by brushing up on some easy ways to reduce your taxes. It's simpler than you think.
Save some green by going green! Bring the outdoors in with these eco-friendly home renovations that also earn you some tax credits.
While it might seem smarter to stick with older appliances, stocking your home with Energy Star appliances can save you major cash in the long run.
Banks and other outside investors aren't the only sources of additional cash to grow your business.
Details of the President's latest economic stimulus plan have been released. What's in it for small business?
Small businesses planning to add to their payrolls can trim the cost by hiring the right people.
If you pay for day care or other services, you may be able to save thousands with an FSA, the Child and Dependent Care Credit, or both.
From applying for grants to approaching new customers who receive federal funding, there are several ways your business can take advantage of government dollars.
f your business is booming, take advantage of tax rules to make sure that Uncle Sam doesn't earn more than you do from your efforts.
With the many tax deductions and credits available to business owners, making your company more sustainable can pay off when you do your taxes.
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