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).
Are you thinking about selling a capital asset at a gain in 2013? A 5% difference in tax rates makes a huge difference in your after-tax rate of return on an investment. That’s how much your capital gains rate may go up in 2013. The highest rate on capital gains is now 20% – up […]
Most taxpayers don’t need to worry about the new additional 3.8% tax on net investment income, or the additional 0.9% Medicare tax. These taxes only apply to individuals (and estates and trusts) that have income over certain levels. You generally won’t pay either of these taxes unless you make over $200,000 in one year. If […]