Solutions to Make Better Decisions with Your Taxes and Money

4 Ways to Manage Old Employer-Sponsored Retirement Plans

If you’re like most Americans, you’ve changed employers a few times throughout your working career. In fact, the average person switches jobs 12 times during his or her lifetime! While job hopping can get you a variety of experience, it can also create some complexity managing your finances – specifically when it comes to the […]

Spring Clean Your Finances and Reach Your Money Goals

As the itch to shake off the winter doldrums sets in, you’re likely ready to jump head first into spring cleaning. But, while you are busy purging closets and cleaning out drawers this spring, it’s important to remember your finances may need a little sprucing as well. With the tax filing deadline past us, this […]

4 Reasons You Should Have an IRA

Contributing to an Individual Retirement Arrangement (IRA) is an excellent way to grow your financial wealth over time. In fact, if you don’t have an IRA, you may be missing out.

What is Form 1040A?

Learn about the filing requirements for Form 1040A, including the types of income you can report, from our own TaxAct tax guru.

6 Ways to Maximize Your 401(k) or IRA Plan Contributions

One of the best money moves you can make this year is maximizing contributions to your deductible or nondeductible retirement plan. Whether you’ve contributed all year or have yet to start, here are a few tips to get the most from tax-advantaged retirement plans.

4 Ways to Lower Your Taxes Before the New Year

It’s easy to only think of taxes during tax season. However, anyone who is financially savvy knows making changes throughout the year can give you the best chance to make a difference in your tax bill. With more than a quarter of the year left, now is a great time to make small adjustments that […]

Retirement plan contributions: do I still have time to save?

Did your plan to put money into a retirement account for 2016 fall flat? Don’t worry – you still have time! While automatic contributions deducted straight from your paycheck throughout the year is the easiest way to build your retirement account, there are other ways to save.