Whether you’re just getting started on your tax return or if it’s almost complete, it pays to take a few minutes to make sure you haven’t missed anything.
Ideally, we’d all keep perfect records all year long. By January 31, our tax documents would be in order, and we’d start working on taxes with weeks or months to spare. However, in the real world, it doesn’t always work that way. We get busy and next thing we know, we’re staring at the filing […]
Although the year is winding down, there’s still time to maximize your 2013 refund. Here are 10 tips for saving more on your taxes before December 31: 10. Drain your Flexible Spending Account (FSA). If you still have money left in your FSA, don’t let it go to waste. Check with your employer to verify […]
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 […]
As a self-employed person, do you ever envy your employed friends at tax time? Having your own business definitely increases the amount of recordkeeping you have to do for tax purposes. When you’re digging through boxes of business receipts, it’s easy to envy people who only have to enter income from a W-2 form. However, […]