Student loan interest rates are doubling! Should we panic yet? Or is this just the scare of the month? It’s a little of both, actually. Here’s how the student loan interest rate change may affect you.
Have you ever wanted to buy gold coins for investing? Or maybe just as a hobby? In the days of instant, online stock trading and financial accounts, sometimes money seems almost make-believe. We no longer even have a passbook to hold on to. We certainly never see most of our money as a tangible object. […]
Have you ever thought about turning something you enjoy, something you would do even if it didn’t make any money, into a way to make a living? Who hasn’t? Many people take a hobby they’ve been dabbling in for years, such as glass blowing, antique collecting, or dance exercise, and turn it into a full-time […]
TaxACT’s Weekly Favorites: May 17, 2013 Where The Mortgage Deduction Really Pays via CNN Money The mortgage interest deduction is one of the most expensive tax breaks on the books, but its benefits are distributed unevenly across the country, according to a new report by the Pew Charitable Trusts. Continue reading… Family Loans: Does The IRS […]
Have you received a letter from the IRS stating that you owe them money? Sooner or later, chances are that you’ll get mail from the Internal Revenue Service. Nobody likes to get that thick envelope full of notices. Before you let that letter ruin a perfectly good day, however, take note of these tips: 1. […]
Weekly Favorites: Tax Scams of 2013, Tips for Using Form 1099-B, Bets are Taxable, 7 Things to Check When Filing Taxes
Weekly Favorites: March 29, 2013 Don’t Fall for These Dirty Dozen Tax Scams of 2013 via Don’t Mess With Taxes It’s tax-filing season, so you know what that means. It’s also peak tax scam season. In addition to collecting Americans’ tax returns (and money) this time of year, the Internal Revenue Service also keeps an eye […]