When taxes on short-term disability benefits are paid, what kinds of benefits are taxable and related IRS forms and publications.
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Now that the year is halfway over, it’s a good idea to reflect on your finances, and look ahead to the coming months. As you arrange your finances for the second half of the year, here are some tax tips to incorporate:
Learn about the new FATCA law that is set to pass on July 1, 2014 and the effect it will have on both the economy and retirement accounts.
There are those who feel that taxpayers should have a little more direct say in how revenues should be spent. Do you think taxpayers should have a say in where their tax dollars go?
Any treasure you find, or any other unexpected windfall or prize you end up with, is considered income, and the IRS expects you to report it on your tax return and then pay taxes on it.
Here are some tax implications to keep in mind when planning your investment strategy for 2014 and beyond.
Now is the time to plan your home business tax deductions. Here are 5 to consider for the rest of the year.
Have you missed the deadline to filing taxes this year? Don't worry, we provide 5 actionable steps that you can do right away to avoid crazy tax fines and penalties.
There is a federal gas tax and a state gas tax and the federal gas tax hasn't been raised in 20 years. Would a gas tax hike raise gas prices?