It’s easy to put off filing your taxes. Life is jam packed with places to be and things to do. Finding time to organize your tax information and complete your return may seem hard. If you’re like many people, it’s not terribly hard to find reasons to procrastinate all kinds of things you need to […]
It’s important to understand the type of health account you have or could have, so you can take full advantage of any tax benefits. Three common types of tax-advantaged health accounts are health savings accounts (HSA), health flexible spending accounts (FSA) and health reimbursement arrangements (HRA).
If you receive money, goods or services, you might have to pay tax on the value of what you receive as taxable income. That’s true for money you earn, as well as, any interest and dividends you receive on your investments. Unless the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) specifically outlines a type of income as nontaxable…you […]
Maybe you’ve been filing your tax information away neatly in color-coded file folders all year, or scanning and saving them where you can find them in a second. All you need now is your Form W-2 and a few other forms that arrive in January, and you’re all set. That’s great. Most of us, unfortunately, […]
By the first or second week of February, you should have received informational statements from every employer you worked for last year. You should have also have received statements from places that paid you or to whom you made tax-related payments. By keeping these forms handy and grouping them by type, you can make preparing […]
You’re almost ready to file your return. Is there anything you should do before you send it to the IRS? The following are 5 tax tips to ensure your taxes are in good order: Make sure your return is correct The best thing you can do to make sure your tax return is correct is […]