How much do you really know about filing federal taxes? Each of us does it every year, but the process often remains a mystery even so. We often fall prey to tax myths, thinking that we need an accountant to get a big refund or assuming that our largest potential refund probably is probably […]
The emphasis put on the stock market can act like a giant magic show, leaving us oblivious to where most of our wealth is eaten up, systematically, month after month. This cannibalization of wealth happens no matter if the stock market is up or down. Let me share with you 4 ways your wealth […]
It’s tax season again and for many people that means figuring out what to do with your refund check. Last year, the average refund was about $3,000, a decent chunk of change for a young professional looking to start investing.
Recent surveys show that while millennials are attempting to save more than previous generations, a […]
Real estate investing affords certain tax benefits when it involves the direct ownership of a property. For example, investors are able to deduct the value of mortgage interest as well as certain expenses associated with leasing the property, such as maintenance or repairs.
For investors whose real estate holdings are limited to a real estate investment […]
By Linda Davis Taylor,
Author of The Business of Family: How to Stay Rich for Generations
The end of a year is filled with so many things — holidays and family, goal-review and goal-setting, and decluttering (closets, desks and paperwork) so you can start your new year organized. While it can be challenging to get everything […]
Being self-employed has many benefits. After all, most jobs won’t let you wear your bunny slippers to work. There are also some drawbacks, though. Most self-employed individuals work much more than a standard 40-hour workweek, for example, and there is the dreaded tax situation.
Anyone who has ever collected a paycheck is aware that Uncle […]
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of E*TRADE for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
With the last day to file your taxes just two weeks away, it’s time for many of us procrastinators to start getting this financial chore out of the way. There are plenty of tax services out […]
As the old saying goes, “The only guarantee in life is death and taxes.” While it may only be October, it is never too early to worry about your taxes.
Customers counting on their tax refund to catch up on bills, bolster their bank account, or just to buy themselves (or their family) something nice […]
The following is a guest post about taxes. If interested in submitting a guest post please read my guest post policy and then contact me.
Taxes are so complicated. Doing taxes is just about the scariest thing ever. To make your life a little simpler, here is a post that will help you understand how you […]
The following is a guest post about taxable portions of your annuity. If interested in submitting a guest post, please read my guest post policy and then contact me.
Assuming you have a non-disability annuity that started after July 1986, then there are two parts to your annuity of which you should be aware: The […]