Tax Day 2018: Deals And Free Stuff On April 17Tax Day is almost here, and while it's never fun to owe money to the government, at least you can get some free stuff out of it.
How Student Loan Debt Can Affect Your Tax ReturnIf you accrued any student loan debt in 2016, here’s everything you’ll need to know when filing your tax returns this year.
Tax Tips For New ParentsHere are five things new parents can do to make the most out of their change in tax status.
How To Find The Right Tax Professional For All Your Tax NeedsWhen it comes time to choose a tax professional, there are many things that a tax payer needs to understand. Here are some basic questions to ask and details to learn before hiring someone to take care of your income tax preparation needs.
5 Tax Deductions That You Should Not IgnoreFrom deducting child care and medical expenses to education costs and state sales tax opportunities, here is a look at a number of tax deductions people should not ignore when filing their taxes.
New Tax Laws Of 2016: What You Need To KnowThere are new tax laws to follow every year. Here's what you need to know about the most recent changes.
What Are The "Dirty Dozen" Tax Scams & How Can You Avoid Them?Here are the latest 12 common tax scams that the IRS is warning you about this year.
How Seeing A Tax Professional Can Help You FileConfused about whether or not to hire a tax professional? Here are a few things to consider.
What To Know Before Filing: Your Complete 2016 Tax Day ChecklistFrom gathering all possible income to understanding home and job-related deductions and the Affordable Health Care Act, here is a look at what a person needs to do when filing their taxes in 2016.
How Are Health Laws Making Tax Day More Complicated For SomeFrom understanding the 2015 tax penalties for not carrying health insurance to learning about exemptions, here is what tax payers need to know about the Affordable Health Care Act and their taxes.
Extra Days To File: Tax Day 2016 Is Not April 15thTax Day 2016 is not on April 15 as usual. Instead, it has been moved to April 17 because of Washington D.C.'s Emancipation Day. Here is a look at why Tax Day is on April 15 to begin with, what Emancipation Day is, and when Tax Day can be moved to a later date.
Tax Tips: What You Need to Know About Write Offs And DonationsKnowing what you can legitimately deduct off your taxes and what receipts you didn’t need to hold on to after all, can help both you and your accountant avoid a lot of headaches.