Tax News

The amount an individual pays or is able to save in taxes depends on several factors, ranging from their filing status and the number of dependents they claim to their adjusted gross income.
Posted On: 10/14/2013
Purchasing a home is one of the largest financial investments most people make in their lives, and most spend between 15 and 30 years paying down their mortgage.
Posted On: 9/10/2013
Each summer, thousands of high school and college kids pick up jobs as waitresses and waiters in the hopes of building some savings for the upcoming year.
Posted On: 7/19/2013
An individual's filing status can make a great deal of difference in how they make out during tax season.
Posted On: 3/28/2012
When it comes to federal tax filing, there isn’t much you can do about the monies you’ll owe to Uncle Sam. From the Empire State to the Golden State, those taxes will be just the same. But for retirees looking to get the biggest bang for their buck, certain states stand out from the rest
Posted On: 9/8/2011
When George W. Bush was in office, he created two major tax cut bills in 2001 and in 2003.
Posted On: 11/15/2010
Financial experts frequently advise younger workers to open IRA accounts or to take advantage of employer-provided retirement programs as soon as possible so they can get a head start on their savings. For those who do follow such advice, there can be benefits at tax filing time as well as a more co...
Posted On: 4/1/2010
Taxpayers everywhere have heard commercials on radio and television urging them to donate their cars to charity in order to receive a deduction when filing season comes around.
Posted On: 2/1/2010
People who take certain steps to save money for future health costs may find that they can receive certain benefits at tax filing time.
Posted On: 1/27/2010
People who have a Roth IRA may want to pay close attention to government regulations retiring the popular retirement accounts as tax filing season approaches.
Posted On: 1/5/2010