Just in time for the holidays: A new law has been passed that may provide tax savings to you.
Are you a business owner with teenage or college-age children who constantly need money? Make them earn the money by hiring them. You can save taxes and reap other benefits.
The TCJA made changes to some of the middle income tax brackets that may negatively affect unmarried taxpayers and positively affect married taxpayers. Find out the potential impact on your rate for 2018 and 2019.
Changes to the medical expense deduction and the tax treatment of alimony go into effect in 2019. Find out the details.
While time, not timing, is generally the key to long-term investment success, taking timely action before year end can help save taxes on your investments. Here’s how.
While it still feels like summer across most of the country, fall is almost here and students are returning to school. For many teachers, that also means the return of out-of-pocket classroom expenses. Fortunately, they can enjoy a tax deduction for some of these costs.
If you invest in certain green equipment at home, you can save green in the form of tax credits (not to mention the savings on energy costs going forward). Learn what qualifies and how much you can save.
Trying to decide where to retire? To avoid unpleasant tax surprises, it’s critical to consider state and local income, property, sales and estate taxes.
If you recently filed your 2017 individual income tax return or filed for an extension, it may seem like some time off from thinking about taxes is in order. But taking such a break could be costly, especially this year.
Are you a homeowner? Then home-related tax breaks may provide significant savings on your 2017 return. But the tax-saving outlook isn’t as rosy for 2018.