If you’re one of the early filers, which tax software is best for you? These are for people filing taxes in December or January.
Yes, you can pay taxes on a credit card. And you can earn rewards while doing it! Here’s how to do it and some other factors to remember.
A chart and schedule that shows you when you can expect your tax refund in 2018-2019. Also, how to check the status of your refund.
Are you having problems with the IRS? You may want to consider contacting a taxpayer advocate. They can speak to the IRS for you and help resolve tax problems.
When filing your taxes, when does it make sense to pay more to have a tax pro review your tax return and make sure everything is correct? We break down the answers here.
No one likes to get audited around tax time. Could audit protection for your taxes really help you out? Find out the details for audit protection insurance in this post.
Homeowners have typically gotten the short end of the stick when it comes to paying to file their taxes. This year, there are some great ways to file free.
Nowadays you can do practically anything on an app. But, can you file taxes from an app? Here’s what we found after trying a few tax prep apps.
Here’s what you need to expect with your taxes when you have a baby – including new deductions and credits you may be eligible for, and more.
If you’re like me, tax season couldn’t come soon enough. You’re either gearing up for a refund or you’re organized and ready to put tax season behind you. If getting a refund is the reason you’re ready for tax season, then you’ve probably heard of early tax refund anticipation loans. If you’ve been debating whether […]
Confused about the difference between a W2 and W4? This article will explain all the important contrasts.
There are so many different options when it comes to tax software, and it can be very confusing to figure out which is best. What makes it even more confusing is that many of the companies “hide” the real cost of their software. You see, most companies are simply advertising the “Federal Return” price, and not […]
As you start working and making money, you are supporting yourself through your life and education. It’s inevitable, and everyone goes through it. But it does look different for everyone. You may be living with your parents, or your parents may be paying for college. Or your parents may be giving you money to help […]
Tax day is just around the corner. And while 83% of filers get refunds according to the IRS, so people do owe. What do you do if you find out that you still owe a large chunk of money to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)? And what happens if you can’t afford to pay your […]
It’s true. You can file your taxes until Tuesday April 18 this year. (Don’t forget to check out all these Tax Day Freebies too so you don’t get stressed out by the mere fact that it’s Tax Day!). So while you don’t have a whole lot of time, you do have enough time to get yourself […]
Tax filing season may be the single best argument for living a life of simplicity. The Federal Tax code is arcane, but state tax codes put it to shame. Answering a question as simple as, “Where do I file my state income tax returns?” becomes a confusing labyrinth that leaves the average filer casting about […]
For many people, tax time is one of the most complicated times of the year. April 15 is a busy time for accountants and tax preparers, but it’s also a stressful time for most people. If you’re a student, you might not know what to do – especially if you have scholarships and grants. Do […]
One of the biggest headlines during the Presidential campaign was about “lowering taxes” on individuals and corporations, and simplifying the tax code. A big argument for this is basically how complex the tax code is. Depending on who you ask, the tax code itself ranges from 2,600 pages long, to over 70,000 pages long. The […]
There’s a little less than three months left in 2016. You might not think that there’s much you can do to influence your tax situation, but the truth is, there’s still lots of time to save on your taxes before the end of the year. And I’m not talking about going Donald Trump-style and losing […]
Calculating the math behind whether it makes sense to do married filing separately for IBR or PAYE for student loan debt.
You still haven’t filed your taxes so you decide to visit one of the more popular tax preparation places in town. You walk in and immediately see a room full of twenty people (including a few screaming kids) waiting their turn. You turn to the receptionist who tells you that you’re welcome to wait and […]
Over the last few years, I’ve really given a lot of thought to what it takes to get rich and grow wealth. I’ve spoken with countless millionaires, I’ve coached clients through my programs, I’ve helped people on my forums, and I’ve responded to over 5,000 reader comments on this site. In each instance, there are […]