Most people make New Year resolutions. But few put “understanding the
tax law changes” on their list of goals for the upcoming year.
Despite the impending holiday season, this may actually be the best time of year to see a tax professional.
Because federal tax law reaches deep into all aspects of our lives, the rules that affect us change as our lives change.
Some last-minute trades could lower your 2016 tax bill, and you may be able to reap some tax-free profits, too.
Much has been written about being proactive over being reactive. An informed accountant might find ways to diminish your tax burden.
Read what tax professionals suggest to help you prepare for next year's tax season. And you can actually start today!
Ever wonder how your income stacks up against your fellow workers? Here's a tool to show how taxable income is
distributed among citizens.
This year’s filing deadline is Monday, April 18, thanks to a legal holiday, Emancipation Day, hitting on April 16.
Filing tax returns is difficult enough for typical workers. It's even more complicated for people who work for themselves.
If you end up receiving a late notice from the IRS and miss the
deadline to file a tax extension — which is also on April 18 — don’t