It’s easy for lethargy to set in when it comes to numbers and coughing up more dough and data to the government. But if you haven't filed yet -- here is advice.
IRS wait times are a new reality, and as I see it it’s going to get worse before it gets better. So what can you do? Here is some advice.
As if taxes weren’t complicated enough, ObamaCare adds a new layer of confusion to the filing process. Here is some help.
Don’t fall victim to these tax schemes.
The EITC payout ranges from $503 for a single individual with no children up to $6242 for a person with three or more qualifying children.
Own a rental property? Here’s what you need to know before filing taxes this year.
Winging it on your taxes? You could be missing out on significant savings or worse yet, be endangering your finances and freedom by not knowing the basics.
If you are looking for a good reason - or a good kick in the posterior – to get going on this year’s tax return, consider the following...
You can file electronically for free. Here is what you need to know.
Well, it’s that time of year again. Here’s what you should be doing now – don’t wait until April.
If you filed for a tax extension, remember that’s only an extension of time to file, not an extension of time to pay.
Answers to many post tax season questions.
Many people believe that if after years of timely filing they suddenly put in for an extension a red flag will go up with the IRS. Not so.
Keep in mind that mistakes made on a tax return can cause refund delays because it takes the IRS longer to process your tax return.
The information on the 1095-A will be used to reconcile advance payments of the premium tax credit made on your behalf to your insurance provider.
ObamaCare says if a person did not obtain health coverage for himself, his spouse and dependent children, tax penalties will be inflicted beginning in 2014.
Tax planning needs to occur during the year in question in order to optimize your tax situation.
One thing to consider before deciding on what to do with your refund is to analyze your withholdings and/or estimated tax payment situation.
Your last pay stub includes the same information that would likely appear on your W2.
It doesn’t matter how often you hear the cries for tax simplification, taxpayers and preparers alike every year are introduced to new regulations, new complexity.