because the IRS has stated they won’t be ready for tax returns until January
30, doesn’t mean you have to sit around and twiddle your thumbs.
American Taxpayer Relief Act - What does it mean for you...
We’re turning the calendar to a new year! And for most people that means turning over a new leaf too. Are you with the majority of Americans who will include healthy habits alongside better organization as a few of your New Year resolutions?
For many, it’s not too late to spend that Flexible Spending Account. Some employers have an extension of two and a half months in their deadline, allowing many of us the chance to spend the remainder before we lose it. Great! Now – what can I buy that doesn’t require a prescription?
Many Americans have been concerned about the “Fiscal Cliff” and I even wrote about how it was going to take a Christmas Miracle to save us from going overboard. However, one common misperception about the cliff is that it only
During the holiday season, with all the online shopping, credit card swiping and phone orders, we tend to forget about identity theft. Or perhaps during the jolliness of the season, we don’t want to think about it. And you may
Here is a playful twist on the famous poem “Twas the night before Chrismas Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the good ole USA, All of its fine citizens were stirring, and many were quite worried Their financial
As the year comes to a close, the housing market remains a top priority for lawmakers and homeowners next year. In addition to high rates of foreclosure short sales, many families are still carrying n
It’s the season for giving… and the IRS is doing their part to encourage your charitable contributions.
Sometimes we get caught up in discussions about Fiscal Cliffs, Mileage rates or if your lottery winnings are taxable. But, then the events that tragically happened at Sandy Hook Elementary happen and we realize that we spend a lot of