Higher Taxes May Be In Your Future. here is a quick look at what might be on the horizon and some thoughts on how to be prepared.
Scam artists often seem to target older adults because they’re generalized as being more trusting and more easily confused than others. Whether or not that’s true, you can help protect your parents and the other older adults in your life by following a few simple steps:
Looking for ways to cut your taxes? Check out some of these strategies:
Health savings accounts can be used to build tax-sheltered nest eggs that can pay out-of-pocket medical expenses with tax-free dollars.
Intended to be used in conjunction with high-deductible insurance plans, health savings accounts (HSAs) are designed to help pay your medical expenses until your insurance policy begins picking up expenses.
A surprise tax break for 2020 was passed into law last month. It may impact your situation if you received unemployment income this past year. This will mean filing amended tax returns for some and a delay in preparing your tax return for others.
The American Rescue Plan was recently signed into law and includes a third round of stimulus payments and many tax-related provisions. Here are some of the more prominent sections of the new legislation.
With the backlog of tax return filing due to late changing tax laws, want to ensure your refund gets to you in the shortest amount of time? More importantly, how can you avoid receiving a letter from the IRS? Here are some of the most common tax filing mistakes:
Don’t get shocked by a high tax bill! Be prepared for these pandemic-related tax surprises when you file your 2020 tax return.
In addition to the planning changes in tax benefit phaseouts and other cost of living (COLA) adjustments, here are changes to the tax code for 2021. For Individuals Tuition and Fees Deduction eliminated. This oft-expired tax break is now permanently closed. Lifetime Learning Credit phaseouts increase dramatically. To help reduce the impact of the elimination […]
Don’t ignore the impact of taxes on your investments. While taxes should not drive your investment strategy, understanding how taxes affect your earnings will help you minimize taxes and maximize your return. Some things to consider: 1. Capital gains carry a special favored tax status. The tax rates on long-term capital gains are lower than […]