It’s tax season! Now is the time to get the most out of your tax deductions. Let’s take a look at the ins and outs of tax-deductible charitable donations, as well as the best means for tracking them.
Should you do your taxes yourself this filing season, or should you hire a preparer to take care of them for you? What options are available to make doing taxes yourself a little bit easier?
Social Security and your health insurance could have an effect on your tax return. Find out what you need to know here.
Since it’s the beginning of tax season and people are scrambling over potential deductions, we thought it would be a good time to highlight some of the more interesting tax deductions. Who knows? Maybe you’ll qualify for one of these!
Purchasing a home is a life-changing event. Suddenly you’re responsible for a number of things you may not have been responsible for in the past. However, you’re also eligible for a number of tax deductions, too. Take a look at our list to make sure you’re taking advantage of all that you can!
Are you confused as to how the Affordable Care Act could impact your taxes? We attempt to clear things up in this post.
Looking for tax deductions? By donating to charity, you can give the government less and spend more on causes you want to support.
Sick of paper? Get your 1098 Mortgage Interest Statement on MyQL.com.
Tax season is over! How was your tax-filing experience this year? I’m pretty much over the whole tax thing, but maybe it’s worth another look. Double checking your taxes is a wise choice, especially if you catch a mistake and need to file an amended tax return.
You might find that you are among the close to one million people who should have received a refund for tax year 2010. If you are one of those folks, you have until April 15, 2014 to file. Otherwise, you’ve just left money on the table.