For those who use their cars for a variety of tax-deductible purposes, some of the mileage deductions have gone down.
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With 2013 coming to a close, it’s time to double-check your tax strategy. Before you finalize your financial year, here are 4 questions to ask your tax professional:
Now that the year is almost over, it’s the perfect time to boost your tax efficiency with a few tax deductions. Here are 5 tax deductions you don’t want to miss before the end of the year:
One of the best ways to grow your money is through investing. Although inflation and fees are hard to avoid, you can reduce the impact of taxes with these tax advantaged accounts.
Now that December is here, it’s a good time to start looking at how you can pile on the tax deductions. Sell some of your losing stocks and reap the tax harvest. Tax deductions, ahoy!
Which tax breaks have you become accustomed to? Some of the tax breaks slated for expiration at the end of 2013 are those that many of us have gotten used to. Which will you miss?
There will always be those intent on earning money by tricking the hard-working out of their cash. Right now, the IRS is warning about two new scams that might impact you.
The Obamacare medicare surtax could come as a surprise to many married couples resulting in large refunds or result in large tax balance owes.