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  • 6 Tips For Making Money As A New Business

    6 Tips For Making Money As A New Business

    As a new business, you want to make money. But sometimes it’s easier said than done. Making money isn’t always about just receiving payment for goods or services. Ensuring that you are paid on time and that you are paid the right amount matte…
    - 3 days ago, 20 Jul 17, 9:43am -
  • Keep More of Your Retirement Savings with Tax-Bracket Planning

    Keep More of Your Retirement Savings with Tax-Bracket Planning

    If you re like most people planning for retirement your focus for years has been on growing your nest egg accumulating as much as you can so you can live comfortably and without worry If you re like most people planning for retirement your focus for…
    - 3 days ago, 20 Jul 17, 8:02am -
  • Blockchain: Putting the 'Block' On Healthcare Fraud, Waste, And Abuse

    Blockchain: Putting the 'Block' On Healthcare Fraud, Waste, And Abuse

    Shutterstock photo By Michael Scott As the Republican party struggles with their Obamacare measures, massive issues still face the U.S. healthcare system: fraud, waste and abuse. According to a report from the Department of Health and Human…
    - 4 days ago, 19 Jul 17, 11:00am -
  • 3 Often Overlooked Areas of Financial Risk

    3 Often Overlooked Areas of Financial Risk

    By Timothy Golas We live in a world fraught with risk. Almost no activity is "risk-free," and a prudent investor knows that greater  risk  does not always mean greater reward. I believe successful families have a duty to be well-educated on the…
    - 5 days ago, 18 Jul 17, 10:56am -
  • Common Questions Asked About Social Security

    Common Questions Asked About Social Security

    By Hans E. Scheil, CFP®, CLU®, ChFC®, CASL® When clients come to us for a financial plan their main goal is to arrange for a secure retirement. Part of that security and a major element for many retirement portfolios is Social Security. Unfor…
    - 11 days ago, 12 Jul 17, 10:14am -
  • No Good Deed Goes Unpunished — but You Can Get Tax Relief

    No Good Deed Goes Unpunished — but You Can Get Tax Relief

    Many of us try to do the right thing especially with our finances but even the most well intentioned deeds can backfire Fortunately a few tax maneuvers can soothe some of the burn when a thoughtful money move ends up biting you in the wallet Good dee…
    - 13 days ago, 10 Jul 17, 6:44pm -
  • Watch Out for Phony IRS Collectors

    Watch Out for Phony IRS Collectors

    An IRS program to use private debt collectors to recoup back taxes on some accounts has attracted scammers looking to cash in The IRS began turning over some 140 000 seriously delinquent accounts to collectors in April This summer consumers should be…
    - 19 days ago, 4 Jul 17, 8:43am -
  • What Kids Starting Jobs Should Know About Taxes

    What Kids Starting Jobs Should Know About Taxes

    My 15 year old son is starting his first job this summer working in the snack bar at our local pool What tax forms does he need to fill out My 15 year old son is starting his first job this summer working in the snack bar at our local pool What tax f…
    - 36 days ago, 17 Jun 17, 8:18am -
  • What Donald Trump's Tax Plan Could Mean to You

    What Donald Trump's Tax Plan Could Mean to You

    We re just months into Donald Trump s presidency but I think we already can agree it s going to be an interesting four years We re just months into Donald Trump s presidency but I think we already can agree it s going to be an interesting four years…
    - 38 days ago, 15 Jun 17, 8:06am -
  • Do You Know What's Being Deducted From Your Paycheck?

    Do You Know What's Being Deducted From Your Paycheck?

    Payday can lift your spirits when your bank account is running low. However, as anyone in the workforce can tell you, take-home pay doesn’t usually equal gross pay. Instead, you share a chunk of your earnings with the federal and state government…
    - 45 days ago, 8 Jun 17, 8:28am -

TaxACT Blog

  • How to Save for Retirement When You’re Self-Employed

    How to Save for Retirement When You’re Self-Employed

    Being your own boss comes with a variety of perks. But it also forces you to handle work typically taken care of by a human resource or finance department. For example, you have to find your own health care plan and deduct taxes from your payche…
    - 3 days ago, 20 Jul 17, 1:19pm -
  • 9 Ways to Save Money on Your Wedding Day

    9 Ways to Save Money on Your Wedding Day

    Weddings are known as a once in a lifetime event. But, while choosing the perfect venue and finding a beautiful gown are important, it’s probably best for your wedding day to not cost your entire life savings. The Knot, a well-known wedding websi…
    - 3 days ago, 20 Jul 17, 9:46am -
  • 7 Steps to Complete a Mid-Year Financial Check-Up

    7 Steps to Complete a Mid-Year Financial Check-Up

    Annual wellness check-ups are a great way to keep tabs on your health and ensure you’re making the right choices for your mind and body. But, when it comes to your personal well-being, are annual check-ups only for your physical health? What about…
    - 6 days ago, 17 Jul 17, 1:26pm -
  • The Basics of the Simplified Home Office Deduction

    The Basics of the Simplified Home Office Deduction

    If you have a small business and work at home, you probably know you can take a deduction for the expenses of your home office. However, it’s surprising how many people don’t take this deduction when it comes time to file their tax return. All to…
    - 6 days ago, 17 Jul 17, 10:24am -
  • The Beginner’s Guide to Form W-4 and Tax Withholdings

    The Beginner’s Guide to Form W-4 and Tax Withholdings

    amy.ba When you start a new job as an employee, your new employer typically asks you to complete Form W-4, Employee Withholding Allowance Certificate. This document is a two-page form from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). It tells your employer h…
    - 6 days ago, 17 Jul 17, 10:22am -

TurboTax Blog: Tax Break

  • newStudying Abroad This Fall? Make Sure You Know These Tax Implications

    Studying Abroad This Fall? Make Sure You Know These Tax Implications

    If you are planning to study abroad this fall, you have a year of wonderful experiences and adventures ahead of you, and hopefully a little studying in as well. Many students also will be earning a stipend or have employment... Full Story
    - 24 hours ago, 22 Jul 17, 10:46am -
  • Tips for Customer Relations in the Gig-Economy

    Tips for Customer Relations in the Gig-Economy

    These days, it’s not uncommon to have a side gig. In fact, by 2020, part-time, independent and freelance contractors will constitute about 40 percent of the U.S. workforce. Like any business, customers are a key part of making your business... Full…
    - 3 days ago, 20 Jul 17, 7:17pm -
  • 5 Ways to Navigate Amusement Parks Without Breaking the Bank

    5 Ways to Navigate Amusement Parks Without Breaking the Bank

    When we lived in Virginia, one of our favorite spots for a quick getaway was Busch Gardens. We’re not alone: 4.1 million people visited the park in 2016. In fact, U.S. amusement parks see 375 million visits each year. Like many other... Full Stor…
    - 7 days ago, 16 Jul 17, 2:54pm -
  • 7 Ways to Save When Your Family Goes to the State Fair

    7 Ways to Save When Your Family Goes to the State Fair

    With summer in full bloom, many states are ramping up their annual fairs. These family friendly events can be a wonderful way to enjoy the local culture, try out new rides, and of course, eat a ton of food. Before... Full Story
    - 13 days ago, 10 Jul 17, 2:33pm -
  • How the Sales Tax Holiday Can Boost Your Back-to-School Savings

    How the Sales Tax Holiday Can Boost Your Back-to-School Savings

    Back-to-school season is just around the corner! Depending on where you live, your state may be offering huge savings with a sales tax holiday shopping weekend on specific purchases. With state sales tax ranging 4 – 10%, that means more money... F…
    - 14 days ago, 9 Jul 17, 11:00am -
  • Buy or Lease Your New Business Vehicle?

    Buy or Lease Your New Business Vehicle?

    Recently I had dinner with friends who run a business, and the conversation turned to buying new cars. The “buy versus lease” question was asked of me, the so called tax expert at the table. As always, I don’t answer... Full Story
    - 17 days ago, 6 Jul 17, 12:00pm -
  • Volunteering This Summer? Find Out if Your Work is Tax Deductible

    Volunteering This Summer? Find Out if Your Work is Tax Deductible

    Besides donating money, one of the best ways you can support a worthy cause is to volunteer. Many organizations are limited by what they can do because they don’t have the support staff and leaders to help them grow. You can... Full Story
    - 18 days ago, 5 Jul 17, 1:00pm -
  • 3 Easy DIY Tips for Your Fourth of July Barbeque

    3 Easy DIY Tips for Your Fourth of July Barbeque

    One of my favorite things about summer is how easy it is to get your friends and family together for an outdoor evening of grilling. To help you have the best Fourth of July barbeque ever, I've tackled some of the most pressing questions people have…
    - 20 days ago, 3 Jul 17, 11:00am -
  • We Asked, You Answered: How are You Spending Your 2016 Tax Refund? [INFOGRAPHIC]

    We Asked, You Answered: How are You Spending Your 2016 Tax Refund? [INFOGRAPHIC]

    We all breathe a little sigh of relief once the tax deadline has passed. Taxes. Are. Done! To celebrate, we asked you – our awesome TurboTax community – one of our favorite questions: “How are you spending your tax refund... Full Story
    - 21 days ago, 2 Jul 17, 11:00am -
  • 4 Little Known Tips to Help You Pay School Tuition

    4 Little Known Tips to Help You Pay School Tuition

    College is expensive. According to the College Board’s 2016 Trends in College Pricing report, the average full-time student at a four year nonprofit private university will pay $35,020 a year in tuition and fees. Add in room and board and the... F…
    - 22 days ago, 1 Jul 17, 11:00am -

WSJ: Taxes

  • Why April 15 Has Lost Its Claim as 'Tax Day'
    Blame the timing of weekends, as well as the relatively new celebration of Emancipation Day in the District of Columbia, for why April 15 is no longer Tax Day in many years.
    - 26 Mar 17, 11:04pm -
  • U.S. Mining Swiss Bank Data to Find Tax Cheats
    The Justice Department has begun scrutinizing thousands of U.S. taxpayers’ Swiss bank accounts to compare bank information with what the taxpayers have reported to the IRS.
    - 1 Jul 16, 9:35am -
  • U.S. Investors May Owe China
    As access to mainland-listed ‘A shares’ expands, there are questions about tax on gains from 2009 through last year.
    - 26 Apr 15, 8:50am -
  • Taxes: How to Reverse a Mistake
    To fix an error on your tax return, file an amended return on Form 1040X.
    - 17 Apr 15, 8:51pm -
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