July 22, 2015

Consider Taxes When You Change Jobs

Taxes may be the last thing on your mind when you’re changing jobs, but overlooking their impact could mean missed tax-saving opportunities. Issues to consider include: […]
July 15, 2015

Tax Tips for that First Job

Out of school and into the workforce. If the expression describes you or a family member this summer, filling out Form W-4 properly can make your […]
July 8, 2015

Track Use of Your Vacation Home to Maximize Tax Breaks

If you own a vacation home (some boats and recreational vehicles also qualify) that you also rent out to others, keep track of who uses it […]
July 3, 2015

IRS Launches New “Misclassification Initiative”

How you classify your workers – as “independent contractors” or “employees” – matters a great deal to the IRS. The IRS is aware that employers prefer […]
June 24, 2015

Five Things Every Business Owner Must Do

If you own or manage your own business, you’re probably busy monitoring operations and dealing with everyday problems. But there are a few things that you […]
June 17, 2015

IRS Reminder on Child Tax Credit

Working parents should be aware that the child and dependent care tax credit is available to offset some of the expenses for child care. Six facts […]
June 10, 2015

Don’t Let The IRS Become Your Pen Pal

Getting a letter or notice from the IRS can be upsetting, confusing, and unnecessary. The IRS sends taxpayers notices to request payment for taxes, to notify […]
June 3, 2015

Keep Your College Student A Qualified Dependent

Keep your college student qualified as your dependent by meeting the “support” test. Generally, your child cannot provide over one-half of his or her own support […]
May 27, 2015

New “myRA” Program Now Available

A new simplified Roth IRA is the newest retirement plan. The account is called a myRA (short for “my retirement account”). It’s funded by having your […]