Posts Tagged with: Taxingly-Simple

Let’s start with the basics, like what is a W-4? A W-4 is a Federal forms that tells your employer how much federal tax to with-hold.  You can adjust your with-holding by changing your fil...
Once more, the government has extended the First Time Homebuyer's Credit.  What is important about this extension is that a taxpayer must have purchased the home before May 1, 2010- that portion ...
Ahhh, school supplies, the smell of fresh books, and yellow buses on the road mean one thing....it is time for Tax School to start!  I know, most people say that there is no way that they would l...
Roth IRAs (Individual Retirement Arrangement) is a popular savings tool as it allows flexibility when withdrawing funds.  Additionally, a Roth IRA allows your money to grow tax deferred, or tax...
So you have a passion for shoes, panache for fixing things, or joy from cooking grandma's dessert recipes.  And you decide to fuel your passion/panache/joy, and pay your bills, by selling or sh...
Do you like jumping through hoops?  Filling out itemized deductions on a Schedule A is very similar.  Trying to figure out if you can itemize your taxes (Schedule A) is like jumping throug...
Determining whether Social Security Income is taxable causes a lot of confusion.  Beliefs regarding an answer are usually black and white.  Most believe that Social Security income is nev...