Hair loss. Weight gain. Sleep
deprivation. Reality is that tax season can do this to you, and to me…that
doesn’t sound too fascinating.
The U.S. Tax Code is lengthy and complex, which may be one of the many reasons that some Americans fail to understand their filing obligations or make common mistakes when they submit their informa
Most people anticipate the start of tax season so that they can obtain the refund to which they may be entitled. So why does the IRS have millions of dollars in unclaimed refunds each year?
Trust me. Your taxes aren’t going to file themselves. Even I am guilty of waiting until the last minute.
The April 15th tax filing deadline is quickly approaching, and many Americans who are awaiting the receipt of their refunds already have big plans in mind as to how they will spend it.
Think about that question. How would you like to work for yourself? No I do not mean “be your own boss” and all of those other tired adages.
In order to avoid further delays during the 2012 tax season, the Internal Revenue Service plans to begin its furloughs after the April 15th filing deadline.
The first day of spring is March 20 and I don’t know about you, but I have waited all winter long for it.
Owning a home can yield sizable financial rewards, such as growing equity and long-term security. However, the costs of purchasing, maintaining and repairing a property can be expensive over t
After people are finished filing their income taxes, the waiting game begins for many who are anticipating a refund. The Internal Revenue Service recently created a page on its website where A