Taxes

Get the Most From Your Tax Refund

So you’re getting a refund. And you’re imagining how you’ll celebrate: Fund your next vacation, maybe? Or buy a new spring wardrobe? While it’s certainly okay to treat yourself, it’s a good idea to make the most of your tax refund — after all, it...

What To Do If You Can’t Pay Your Tax Bill

We’re closing in on Tax Day, which means some of us are handing over a sizable sum to our best friend, the IRS. But what happens if you simply don’t have the money to pay your tax bill? First and foremost, file anyway. Your bill won’t even come...

Checklist: All the Documents You Need to File Your Taxes

Confused about what you need to file your taxes? We've got you covered: Gather These Documents • Last year’s tax return: To file your tax return, the tax accountant will need some important documents. If it’s your first appointment, make sure to...

4 Women’s Real Tax Nightmares — and How They Solved Them

Do you ever wonder if you’re really filing your tax return correctly? Do you worry about a possible audit by the IRS? If so, you’re not alone. Sometimes tax returns do end in difficulties. Maybe you checked the wrong box, or didn’t realize what...

What You Need Before You File Your Taxes

Whether you love filing your taxes or push it off as long as possible in fear of what you might find, tax preparation is non-negotiable. Doing all the work yourself, however, is. If you opt to see a tax pro, go prepared. From gathering key...

11 Basic Tax Terms You Should Know

The U.S. tax code didn’t get to be 74,000 pages long without getting a little confusing. But don’t throw up your hands just yet; there are plenty of books, software programs, and professionals to help you sort out and file your tax return. But...

What Are the Most Tax-Advantaged Ways to Save for Retirement?

My husband and I are maxing out our 401(k) and IRA contributions. Are there other tax-advantaged places we could be putting more money away? What options do we have to save more for retirement? We are debt free, with the exception of the...

Employees vs. Contractors: What You Need to Know

A big, fat tax deadline is coming up on January 31, and it affects you, entrepreneurs: It’s D-Day to issue your 1099s and W2s. Unfortunately, it’s all too easy to make a mistake on these forms and there can be major consequences if you do.  But...

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