It’s a fact of life that occasionally financial troubles come up. Perhaps something happened and you fell behind on your student loans or child support. You may be wondering if the IRS can seize your income tax refund. The short answer is yes. They can take your return. Find out why and what you can do about it if it’s a mistake.
Now that tax season is underway, we thought it’d be a great time to look at some of the weirdest tax deductions on record. Who knows? Maybe you’ll qualify for one of these!
What can you expect when you get ready to do your 2015 taxes? There are some important changes to popular deductions, deadlines and security requirements, among other things. Here’s a rundown of what you need to know before you file.
Your tax refund is back. The government gives you back your money only once a year. With that relative rarity, let’s make sure that what we get is put to good use.
I know we just got through the holidays, but it’s time for the start of another season – tax season. We’re here today to answer some of your most common property tax questions.
Tax time is over, but you’re still feeling crushed by a seemingly interminable mountain of paperwork. What should you keep, and what can you get rid of? Can you eliminate paper entirely? Read on for our tips.