Tax law changes all the time. Each year has something new to learn about how much you owe, how much you can save, and what impact the new law will have on your financial life.Read More >
Tax credits are like “found money” that turns up when you fill out your tax form. Unlike deductions, credits are awarded dollar for dollar. In other words, if you are eligible for a $300 tax credit, you get $300 off your tax bill—kind of like a sale at the grocery store.Read More >
It may have seemed like forever, but 2020 is finally coming to an end. With that comes your chance to get ready for Tax Season, even though it isn't as wonderful as the December holidays.
We have put together 14 tips to get ready for tax time and get into shape for 2021.Read More >
You could be forgiven for missing your tax extension deadline. After all, it's 2020. You could be, but unfortunately, you won't. The IRS wants your return and your tax payment. They waited three extra months, and now they want Uncle Sam's cut.Read More >
That number on the line for taxes owed looks awfully big. It looks like more than you feel like you can pay right now. Should you panic?
No, no, you should not.Read More >
Did you, by chance, forget to file your taxes…say for the last ten years? Or maybe just this year; after all, everything’s been such a mess.
But how late is too late to file? The short answer is never. You can always file late. You just have to understand that it won’t be the same as if you filed on time.Read More >
Property taxes are a significant portion of the cost of owning real estate, usually one percent to three percent of the home’s value to be paid annually. Since property taxes are permanent, anything that can reduce your tax liability will probably perk your ears right up. So, get your ears ready to perk, because the tax reduction term for today is tax abatement.Read More >
Can you get a refund if you owe back taxes? The simple answer is … maybe. As in, it depends on whether you owe less in tax debt than you have coming to you as a refund. There are several reasons the IRS might hold up your refund or seize it to pay for other debt.Read More >