Taxes Done? 5 Ways to Prep for Next Year

first_imgWith tax day right around the corner, you may be wondering how best to use your tax refund. The average refund, according to the latest IRS data, comes in at $2,873—a good chunk of money that could help you make… Full Story,Financial responsibility is usually optional. If you don’t want to track your spending or follow a budget, no one will say a word. If you don’t want to save for your goals or contribute to a retirement account, that’s entirely… Full Story,Tax time can be daunting for some, especially with phrases that just don’t make any sense like 1099 and Roth IRA. Here’s a quick cheat sheet on key tax terms you might need to know! Be sure to follow Mint… Full Story,It’s tax time and for many people, doing your taxes can feel overwhelming. With those with life changes that might cause you pause, it may feel safer to just “throw money at the problem” and let a professional take care… Full Story,It’s a brand new year and new tax laws were signed into law over the holidays, but one thing to keep in mind is that for the vast majority of taxpayers, the new tax laws do not affect their 2017… Full Story,Mark your calendars! The IRS announced today that they will begin accepting e-filed tax returns on Monday, January 29, 2018. You can get started now and be first in line for your tax refund. TurboTax is already accepting tax returns… Full Story,When it comes to tax deductions on your tax return, you have two options. The first option is to take the standard tax deduction, which will be based on your tax filing status. For the 2016 tax year, the standard… Full Story,There’s just a little over a week left in the tax season. If you still have not filed, don’t worry there is still time and TurboTax has outlined these 8 last minute tax tips to get you to the finish… Full Story,As you file your taxes, you’re probably thinking about ways to reduce your taxable income. Did you know that there are a lot of strategies you can use with your retirement funds, like your IRA and 401(k), to reduce your… Full Story,Traveling to job interviews. Dry-cleaning your best suit. Printing resumes on quality paper. Working with a job search coach. If you engaged in any job search activities in 2016, you may be able to deduct the related expenses from your… Full Storylast_img

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