Recently I was hanging out with a good friend of mine, who admittedly, doesn’t know a lot about the economy or taxes, but said, “Why doesn’t the government just get the hell out of our way?” I was stunned
Millions of Americans fall into what has been labeled the "sandwich generation." This demographic is defined as those individuals who are providing care or financial assistance to both their
When it comes to paying Uncle Sam, there are very strict rules about what can and cannot be written off on income tax returns. However, there are several costs that many individuals and business owner
Navigating the federal tax code can be a
bewildering experience for the taxpayer. Pages of complex verbiage and multiple
scenarios jumble together to create confusion and frustration as well as missed
opportunities for tax breaks.
Wedding season is upon us and there is a ton of planning to do and one of the items that are probably pretty far down on the checklist is to prepare for tax season. Uncle Sam has a plan and
With the early start of this year’s hurricane season, the Internal Revenue Service encourages individuals and businesses to safeguard themselves against natural disasters by taking a few simple steps. Create a Backup Set of Records Electronically Taxpayers should keep a
Are you ready for the new taxes coming from the Supreme Court ruling on Obamacare? If not, you need to get ready The Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, has been one of the heated aspects of President Obama’s
With the 2011 tax season now in the books, it's
time to start thinking about maximizing tax deductions for next year's personal
income tax return.
Investing in the stock market is one of the most common strategies individuals rely on to grow their wealth and bolster their retirement savings. However, when tax filing season rolls around, they hav
Summer vacation is finally here For some that means travelling with the family and for others it means that it is time to get to work Summer jobs might be hard to come by, but if you are lucky