Tax season is officially here. As of January 27, 2020, individuals can begin filing their taxes, according to the Internal Revenue Service. Assuming there are no delays, do you know when you can expect to get your tax refund? The answer to this depends largely on when you file and how complicated your tax return …. Read More
Are you confused about the taxes you need to pay, or the audit that the IRS is going to conduct? Maybe you should look into the stories in this category.
With another year almost behind us, the new decade is fast approaching. While it is anyone’s guess what the future will bring, one thing is certain: tax season will roll around soon enough. However, tax season does not need to be too stressful, especially if you prepare before the year ends. Efficient year-end tax planning …. Read More
Are you happily anticipating your upcoming retirement? Well, try not to forget about your upcoming retirement tax issues. The majority of retirees receive less income than when they worked full time. As such, they assume they will have fewer taxes. In some cases, this is not true. Retirement tax planning is the key to avoiding …. Read More
How did your real estate tax assessment turn out this year? Did you wind up owing fewer taxes, or did rising property values also make your taxes go up? If the assessment did raise your property taxes then you would probably file an appeal, but did you know that your district can also appeal a …. Read More