It's the season for giving — and for grabbing a few more tax deductions. Here are some easy things to donate before the end of year.
Today we found some stellar articles on commonly overlooked tax deductions, where you can learn home improvement skills, and tips for escalating your productivity.
If you spent part of last year looking for a job, you might like the IRS a little more this tax season. Discover tax deductions just for job seekers.
These four responsible ways to dispose of old electronics will keep them the out of landfills and may even put a little more money in your pocket.
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.
Help get your 2012 tax year off to a good start by taking a few simple tax and finance steps.
Don't let these five common tax and entertainment expense myths trip you up at tax time.
When the government says jump, you ask how high. You may also be asking whether or not your compliance efforts are tax deductible.
Getting a business up and running is usually expensive. But once yours is a going concern, you can turn some of those costs into standard business deductions.
With careful planning, and good record-keeping, you really can combine business and leisure.
Driving the company car just got a little more affordable.
Many people miss out on these big tax deductions, adjustments, and credits. Are you one of them?
If you need to get rid of a car, selling it isn't your only option — if you donate it, you can help a charity you care about and get a nice tax deduction.
Donating your used goods can help those in need, reduce clutter, and give you a nice tax deduction. Here's what you need to know to donate goods before the end of the year.
From hiring your children to changing your accounting methods, make these changes in 2011 to ensure you pay fewer taxes in 2012.
Deducting your home office isn't as scary as rumors suggest. Here's how to claim your space, audit-free.
Financial professionals share the best ways to take advantage of great tax deductions before the year's end.
The IRS have set out some pretty specific guidelines as to what's tax deductible for your next business trip.
Not deducting all of the expenses that you are allowed leaves money on table. Use the following checklist of rules to reduce your taxable income as much as legally possible.
You can still save on last year's taxes right now, if you still haven't filed your income tax return yet.
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