Taxingly Simple By Tiffany

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...
As economic reports show the economy improving, Congress voted in some tax laws that will benefit taxpayers.  Now there is a simple fact that we can all appreciate.  But tax laws change ...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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 ...
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...