TaxACT Weekly Favorites: June 27, 2014 Why Starting To Save At 25 Means An Extra Six Figures In Retirement via Maggie McGrath A picture might be worth a thousand words, but when it comes to the state of retirement savings for the youngest generation of workers in the U.S., the numbers create a picture that […]
TaxACT Weekly Favorites: June 6, 2014 Paying For College: A 21-Step Guide To Preserving Wealth via Forbes If you are the parent of a college-bound child—of any age—you should be thinking right now about how your family will finance the degree. The difference between doing it right and not doing it right could easily be […]
To view the Donation Assistant by TaxACT infographic, click here. Making charitable donations makes a difference to those in need and can save you money at tax time. Donation Assistant by TaxACT is a free mobile app that helps track goods and money you donated to charitable organizations. Your donations can then be easily imported […]
Each week we will answer one of the most frequently asked questions on Facebook, Twitter and TaxACT’s Blog in the “You Got This” Weekly Series. Question: I am thinking of buying a new home. What are the tax benefits? Anna via Facebook Answer: Purchasing a home is a major life decision and there are numerous things to consider in your decision-making process. […]
Each week we will answer one of the most frequently asked questions on Facebook, Twitter and TaxACT’s Blog in the “You Got This” Weekly Series. Question: I invested enough to fund the expected expenses in my son’s golf business to cover 3 years as did one other investor. The account can be drawn from to cover travel, food, anything that promotes […]
TaxACT Weekly Favorites: March 14, 2014 Stop Overpaying the IRS via Kay Bell on Bankrate.com The average federal tax refund so far this filing season is $3,034. The Internal Revenue Service says that most taxpayers get refunds each year. The size of the average tax refund is probably the main reason that so many intentionally have […]
You Got This Weekly Series: Should Self-Employment Income from More Than One Business Be Reported as One Income or Separately?
Each week we will answer one of the most frequently asked questions on Facebook, Twitter and TaxACT’s Blog in the “You Got This” Weekly Series. Question: Do self-employed, not as in owning their own business, but as representatives of companies like Avon and Mary Kay, need to report their income separately on their tax return or can the multiple incomes be […]