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.
Are you interested in joining the growing ranks of plug-in electric vehicle owners? Find out about the federal income tax credit you might be able to claim.
If you’re covered by Medicare, you know it can be confusing. You may not know that, if you qualify, you can deduct the cost of premiums, along with other medical costs, on your tax return. But it can be tough to qualify.
There are three major changes that will impact many individual taxpayers, beginning when they file their 2018 income tax returns. And we’re not talking about tax rate cuts or reduced itemized deductions.
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.
If you’re considering making a gift of income-producing or appreciated assets to a minor or a college student, beware of the big, bad kiddie tax. It’s fiercer under the TCJA.
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.
Have you made your 2017 IRA contributions? Just because we’re in 2018 doesn’t mean it’s too late.
Sec. 179 expensing allows eligible taxpayers to deduct the entire cost of qualifying business property in Year 1, subject to various limitations. Here’s what you need to know.
The recently passed Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 included an extension of the tuition and fees deduction. But that may not be the best higher-education break to claim on your 2017 return.