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  1. Planning Ahead for 2015's Tax Law Changes

    Increased 401(k) limits can help savers put away more money for retirement in 2015—but some new restrictions are coming for ...
  2. Know The Cost of Living Where You Plan To Retire

    When considering where to live after retiring, it's important to keep in mind the type of taxes that would have to be paid ...
  3. College graduates - use these tax benefits to ease your transition into the 'real world.'

    Money-Saving Tax Breaks For College Grads

    Even if you graduate from college with a heavy debt load – especially if you do – use these tax benefits to ease your transition ...
  4. Year-end tax tips

    7 Ways To Minimize Your 2014 Taxes By December 31

    The year's not quite over yet. See whether taking any of these steps would leave you owing less in 2014 taxes, come April.
  5. Capital gain refers to the increase in value of a capital asset or an investment security upon sale.

    Understanding Capital Gains

    Capital gain refers to the increase in value of a capital asset or an investment security upon sale. In other words, if you ...
  6. The Affordable Care Act is the largest change to the tax code in 20 years that could affect you when you file that 2014 tax return next year.

    How Might The Affordable Care Act Affect You?

    The Affordable Care Act is the largest change to the tax code in 20 years that could affect you when you file that 2014 tax ...
  7. What's the difference between cost of goods sold (COGS) and cost of sales?

    Explore the difference between the cost of goods sold and cost of sales listed on an income statement, and what types of ...
  8. Top fund-raising strategies for nonprofit organizations

    Top Fund-Raising Strategies For Nonprofits

    Top fund-raising strategies for nonprofit organizations
  9. The marginal tax rate is based on a progressive tax system.

    What's a Marginal Tax Rate?

    The marginal tax rate is based on a progressive tax system, where tax rates for an individual will increase as income rises. ...
  10. Why should I keep records on my tax-exempt bond transactions?

    Keep your purchase records on all investments, including tax-exempt bonds. Though the interest is tax-free, you may owe taxes ...
  11. What are examples of cost of goods sold (COGS) for businesses that sell through eBay ...

    Read how online retailers that operate through eBay or Etsy can list certain expenses as cost of goods sold and even claim ...
  12. What are some examples of industries that cannot claim cost of goods sold (COGS)?

    Discover which types of businesses are not allowed to list cost of goods sold on their income statement or claim their COGS ...
  13. How are savings bonds taxed?

    Learn who is responsible for reporting U.S. EE savings bond interest for taxation and when the interest can be reported for ...
  14. Venezuela has more oil than anyone, and Brazil and Argentina have lots going for them, too, so why can't they get out of their own way economically?

    Where NOT To Invest in Latin America

    Venezuela has more oil than anyone, and Brazil and Argentina have lots going for them, too, so why can't they get out of ...
  15. A new Supreme Court ruling has some financial advisors rushing to set up trusts to help protect inherited IRAs. Is that necessary?

    How Advisors Can Protect Inherited IRAs

    A new Supreme Court ruling has some financial advisors rushing to set up trusts to help protect inherited IRAs. Is that necessary?
  16. Are credit card rewards considered taxable income by the IRS?

    Learn about when the Internal Revenue Service considers the financial value of gifts received from credit card reward programs ...
  17. What's the difference between a financial advisor and a financial planner?

    Seeking professional advice from a financial advisor may involve asking for financial help from a certified financial planner, ...
  18. What are the Social Security tax caps?

    Learn how the Social Security tax cap works, what percentage of income is deducted for Social Security taxes and the history ...
  19. 7 Times It Costs More To Pay With A Credit Card

    Paying with credit cards can cost you more. Some merchants add an extra surcharge or convenience fee onto each transaction.
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  21. The Internal Revenue Service's new 2015 contribution limits for tax-deferred savings plans are higher; here's what you and your clients should know.

    New 2015 Contribution Limits: Advisors Take Heed

    The Internal Revenue Service's new 2015 contribution limits for tax-deferred savings plans are higher; here's what you and ...
  22. Are fringe benefits deductible for the employer?

    Learn how the IRS treats the taxation of fringe benefits provided by an employer to employees, contractors, partners and ...
  23. How much of my income goes to Social Security taxes?

    Discover how much of your income goes to social security tax: what the rate is, what the limits are and what types of income ...
  24. What credit card fees are tax deductible?

    Learn about some of the unexpected tax deductions for fees incurred through credit card purchases for both individuals and ...
  25. How are Pay As You Go pension plan benefits taxed?

    Discover how the IRS treats pay-as-you-go pension plan benefits that are received as income in retirement, both for Social ...
  26. Are debt-consolidation loans tax deductible?

    Learn about consolidating debt and whether the interest payments on your debt consolidation loan can be deducted from your ...
  27. Is the interest on a home equity line of credit (HELOC) tax deductible?

    Learn the advantages of using a home equity line of credit, and find out how these low-rate loans also qualify for a tax ...
  28. Must I pay Social Security taxes on my earnings after full retirement age?

    Paying Social Security contributions continues even past reaching full retirement age, but that can increase future Social ...
  29. Is the interest on my student loan tax deductible on my federal income taxes?

    Find out how you can deduct interest payments for qualified student loans from your income taxes, and learn about restrictions ...
  30. How much will it cost to hire an accountant to do my taxes?

    Find out how much it costs to hire an accountant and what benefits and services you can expect from your accountant.
  31. Are Social Security survivor benefits for children considered taxable income?

    Learn why receiving Social Security survivor benefits on behalf of children does not affect income tax for a surviving parent ...
  32. Are fringe benefits direct or indirect costs?

    Learn how to allocate costs associated with fringe benefits provided to employees and how to determine when a cost is either ...
  33. Don’t waste your time wading through the slew of private and corporate tax websites out there. Go straight to the source: IRS.gov.

    The Most Helpful Tools On The IRS.gov Website

    Don’t waste your time wading through the slew of private and corporate tax websites out there. Go straight to the source: ...
  34. Did you know basketball and volleyball were invented by instructors at a charity?

    The Top Nonprofit Organizations

    Did you know basketball and volleyball were invented by instructors at a charity?
  35. What are the main reasons not to get a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP)?

    Find out some of the reasons why you might want to reconsider opening up a Registered Retirement Savings Plan and instead ...
  36. How are preferred stock dividends taxed?

    Discover the intriguing debt and equity characteristics of preferred stock, and learn about how preferred stock dividends ...
  37. How do I report Simple IRA contributions on a W2?

    Learn how Savings Incentive Match for Employees, or SIMPLE IRA, contributions are reported for the participant on Form W2 ...
  38. Are Social Security benefits taxable?

    Find out what rules and guidelines govern if your social security benefits are taxable. Learn how to determine if you are ...
  39. Are Roth IRAs tax deductible?

    Calculate your potential tax savings when you contribute to a Roth IRA. Tax credits are available to individuals who meet ...
  40. How does taxation on life insurance for a qualified retirement plan work?

    Purchase life insurance in your qualified retirement plan using pre-tax dollars. Be aware of other ways that life insurance ...
  41. How is a Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) taxed?

    Discover how the Government of Canada treats Registered Retirement Income Funds and how you can use them to limit income ...
  42. How are Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) IRAs taxed?

    Understand the tax advantages of a Simplified Employee Pension IRA plan, and find out how both the employer and the employee ...
  43. How are Social Security benefits affected by your income?

    Understand the relationship between a worker's earned income and benefits he or she receives from Social Security in retirement, ...
  44. What is the tax rate of a Roth IRA if I withdraw it for the purchase of a house?

    Use your Roth IRA to fund the purchase of your first home, and learn how the distribution could qualify for a waiver of taxes ...
  45. Can I own Master Limited Partnerships (MLP) on my Roth IRA?

    Learn how to invest in master limited partnerships, or MLPs, in your Roth IRA for access to high yields, but be careful to ...
  46. Can I withdraw money from my Roth IRA?

    Withdrawing money from you Roth IRA is taxed and penalized under certain conditions. Learn about the five-year rule and prerequisites ...
  47. How are effective tax rates calculated from income statements?

    Learn how to read an income statement and how to find the information necessary to calculate a company's effective income ...
  48. How is a Roth 401(k) taxed?

    Learn about the tax advantages of using a Roth 401(k), with tax-free earnings and no required minimum distributions, if this ...
  49. Is a Simplified Employee Pension (SEP) IRA tax deductible?

    Learn everything you need to know about your SEP IRA, including the benefits to employers and whether or not a SEP IRA is ...
  50. Is a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) taxable in the U.S.?

    Learn how the IRS treats Canadian Registered Retirement Savings Plans that are held by U.S. citizens or residents, and discover ...
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