The end of the year is a good time to examine your portfolio for tax purposes. Here are some strategies that may save you taxes.
Many people like to give thanks at this time of year by donating to their favorite charities. Here are the basic 2022 rules for charitable contributions and gifts to loved ones.
The tax treatment of computer software costs can be more complicated than you might think. Here are the basic rules.
Adopting a child can be expensive. Fortunately, there may be a valuable tax break for parents. Here are the tax credit amounts for 2022 and 2023.
Many people are feeling the squeeze of inflation. What does this mean for your federal tax bill? Here’s what the inflation-adjusted amounts will be for several provisions in 2023, as compared with 2022.
In 2022, if you pay a household worker cash wages of $2,400 or more, you must withhold and pay Social Security and Medicare taxes. What will this amount be for 2023? Here’s the answer, as well as other tax obligations.
Your business may provide low- or no-cost tax-free fringe benefits to employees. Here are the details of these benefits, along with a court case in which an employee was found to have received a taxable benefit but he didn’t include its value in his income.
Do you want to add municipal bonds to your portfolio? Here are some of the tax consequences.
The cost of college has risen steeply in recent years so families are wise to begin saving early. Here’s how 529 plans can help you save on a tax-advantaged basis.
By planning ahead now, you may be able to save on your 2022 and 2023 tax bills. Here are some ideas to consider.