The tax deadline is approaching fast, and people still working on their tax returns may look to the IRS directly for help to quickly resolve issues. If you find yourself in this situation, how could you to talk to a live person at the … [Read more...] about How to Talk to a Live Person at the IRS
Over the weekend I finally took the plunge and did my taxes. Even though I completed my tax return, I haven't submitted it to the IRS just yet. I always like to let it sit for a few days, then go over it again to make sure I haven't made any mistakes … [Read more...] about 5 Commonly Missed Tax Deductions
If you're diligently working towards financial freedom, a significant amount of your income is undoubtedly being funneled into retirement accounts. The government has rules pertaining to how much a person can contribute towards retirement accounts, … [Read more...] about IRS Retirement Contribution Changes for 2017
My 2015 tax returns have been filled out, submitted and accepted - I used TurboTax. It feels good to be able to put a check mark next to that on the todo list, and now we can all just forget about taxes for a whole year, right? Maybe … [Read more...] about If You Owed The IRS This Year, The Time To Take Action Is NOW!
If you do your own taxes using tax preparation software, and you've already completed your return, I hope you didn't pay full price for the software. If you do your own taxes using tax preparation software and you have NOT completed your … [Read more...] about Do NOT Pay Full Price For Tax Preparation Software
In my efforts to gather all the documentation needed to do my taxes last weekend, I ran across my son's W2 form from his part-time job. I had tucked it away with other tax related information, and it reminded me that this is the first year … [Read more...] about Teens And Finances: Filing My Teenager’s First Tax Return