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  1. How To Get The Most Out Of Hiring An Accountant

    How To Get The Most Out Of Hiring An Accountant

    When you hire an accountant, getting good tax advice going forward is as valuable as – or perhaps even more valuable than ...
  2. How The 2014 Obama Budget Could Affect Your Finances

    How The 2014 Obama Budget Could Affect Your Finances

    Depending on which estimate you believe, Obama's proposed budget would raise the tax bill of a household with a yearly income ...
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    6 Financial Benefits Of Spring Cleaning

    This year, combine your spring cleaning strategies with your big-picture financial objectives.
  4. Inaccurate Tax Return, Now What?

    Inaccurate Tax Return, Now What?

    If the IRS finds errors, it will cost you. Find out how to fix them, and how to prevent them in the first place.
  5. Tips To Make Next Year’s Taxes Less Stressful

    Tips To Make Next Year’s Taxes Less Stressful

    You might be ready to put the stress of tax preparation behind you until next season, but ignoring your personal tax situation ...
  6. How To Safeguard Your Tax Returns From Identity Theft

    How To Safeguard Your Tax Returns From Identity Theft

    Identity thieves love tax season. In 2012, there were 13 million victims of identity theft. As easy as it is for thieves ...
  7. 5 Smart Ways To Use Your Tax Return

    5 Smart Ways To Use Your Tax Return

    This year, find out how to stretch your tax refund further to strengthen your future.
  8. How To Deduct Your Job Search Expenses

    How To Deduct Your Job Search Expenses

    With approximately 12 million Americans out of a job right now, many people are spending significant dollars to be noticed ...
  9. Are IRS-Prepared Tax Returns The Solution To Our Tax Woes?

    Are IRS-Prepared Tax Returns The Solution To Our Tax Woes?

    The government is considering letting the IRS do your taxes for you. While this may sound great, there are plenty of reasons ...
  10. How To Report A Tax Cheat

    How To Report A Tax Cheat

    If you report a tax evader to the IRS, you could be eligible for a reward.
  11. Government Could Limit Chartiable Tax Deductions

    Government Could Limit Chartiable Tax Deductions

    The desperate search for revenue by the U.S. government means one of the key deductions that may be up for either reduction ...
  12. There Are New REITs On The Horizon

    There Are New REITs On The Horizon

    For investors, the surge in new REIT activity is providing some pretty interesting dividend opportunities.
  13. 8 Little-Known Tax Deductions And Credits

    8 Little-Known Tax Deductions And Credits

    These little-known tax deductions can lead you to finding your own unique expenses that you didn't know you could claim.
  14. Approved: Paying Online Sales Tax

    Approved: Paying Online Sales Tax

    States will now be allowed to collect sales taxes on purchases made from Internet-based retailers even if the retailer has ...
  15. 6 Tax Deductions That Might Get You Audited

    6 Tax Deductions That Might Get You Audited

    Incorrect or liberal interpretations of what you can write off will often lead to the IRS taking closer interest in your ...
  16. Taxable Rewards To Be Aware Of

    Taxable Rewards To Be Aware Of

    Find which benefits from reward programs count as income in the eyes of the IRS.
  17. Common Tax Mistakes To Avoid

    Common Tax Mistakes To Avoid

    Find out what mistakes people often make on their returns, and how to avoid them on yours.
  18. 5 ETFs Flaws You Shouldn't Overlook

    5 ETFs Flaws You Shouldn't Overlook

    Despite their popularity, exchange traded funds have some drawbacks that investors should know about.
  19. What Does Filing As Head Of Household Mean For Your Taxes?

    What Does Filing As Head Of Household Mean For Your Taxes?

    In order to file as head of household, you must meet several requirements. Find out whether being head of household comes ...
  20. Should Married Taxpayers File Together?

    Should Married Taxpayers File Together?

    The earned income credit is one tax incentive married couples filing a joint tax return can take advantage of. Is it a good ...
  21. Are You Really Eligible For The Earned Income Tax Credit?

    Are You Really Eligible For The Earned Income Tax Credit?

    The amount of your earned income credit (EIC) is dependent upon how big your family is.
  22. How are capital gains and dividends taxed differently?

    How are capital gains and dividends taxed differently?

    The U.S. tax code gives similar treatment to dividends and capital gains, although this will change slightly in 2013. Currently, ...
  23. Are 401(k) loans taxed?

    Are 401(k) loans taxed?

    Generally, any money you borrow from a 401(k) account is tax exempt. This feature is one of the reasons that - for critical ...
  24. How Much Will Your Taxes Rise Based On Your Salary?

    How Much Will Your Taxes Rise Based On Your Salary?

    Find out how high your taxes will rise this year.
  25. How Tax Treatments Of ETFs Work

    How Tax Treatments Of ETFs Work

    Here is a look at how ETFs are taxed and the effects that the tax treatment of ETFs will have on investors when they purchase ...
  26. If a LEAP option is purchased and held for more than 12 months, is the tax treatment ...

    If a LEAP option is purchased and held for more than 12 months, is the tax treatment ...

    A LEAP (long-term equity anticipation security) is a call or put option that allows the buyer a long-term expiration on the ...
  27. New Tax Laws To Watch Out For In 2013

    New Tax Laws To Watch Out For In 2013

    With a new year comes new laws, and in 2013 the U.S. government has implemented several changes to the tax code.
  28. Does Online Tax Software Really Save You Money?

    Does Online Tax Software Really Save You Money?

    Both online tax software and tax professionals have their own set of advantages, but which one is actually better for your ...
  29. 5 Rules To Follow If You Are Filing Taxes Yourself In 2013

    5 Rules To Follow If You Are Filing Taxes Yourself In 2013

    It is important to make sure that you cover all the bases when you decide to file without the financial expertise of a tax ...
  30. Key Tax Breaks For Parents

    Key Tax Breaks For Parents

    Parents should take notice of these important tax breaks in 2013.
  31. How Does The Affordable Care Act Affect Your Taxes In 2013?

    How Does The Affordable Care Act Affect Your Taxes In 2013?

    Here is a look at how the Affordable Care Act will affect your taxes in 2013 and beyond.
  32. How does the government spend my taxes?

    How does the government spend my taxes?

    Where does the government get all of the money it spends? From taxpayers. The government does not have its own money. Its ...
  33. Tax Variations Of The HEART Act

    Tax Variations Of The HEART Act

    The HEART Act is designed to allow service members and reservists make a smooth financial transition into active duty and ...
  34. How Tax Treatment Of ETFs Can Benefit Purchasers

    How Tax Treatment Of ETFs Can Benefit Purchasers

    ETFs often post fewer and lower capital gains distributions than traditional mutual funds, because there is usually a much ...
  35. How To Play Dividends During The Fiscal Cliff

    How To Play Dividends During The Fiscal Cliff

    Shifting to qualified investment vehicles and other viable investment strategies could help invstors defer, avoid or minimize ...
  36. A Look Into Proposition 30

    A Look Into Proposition 30

    This article examines the newly-passed Prop 30 and what it means for residents of California.
  37. Dividend Facts You May Not Know

    Dividend Facts You May Not Know

    Discover the issues that complicate these payouts for investors.
  38. Save Early For Retirement If You're A High Earner

    Save Early For Retirement If You're A High Earner

    If you earn a high income, there are many ways you can save extra money for an early retirement.
  39. Fiscal Cliff Implications For Year-End Tax Planning

    Fiscal Cliff Implications For Year-End Tax Planning

    If the U.S. goes over the fiscal cliff, how will it affect the taxes and tax planning of average citizens?
  40. Simplify Your Portfolio

    Simplify Your Portfolio

    Faced with an overabundance of choices, many investors forget to stick to the basics.
  41. Rebalancing Your Portfolio For The Fiscal Cliff

    Rebalancing Your Portfolio For The Fiscal Cliff

    Here's a look into what you should focus on given that conditions are ripe for a possible "fiscal cliff."
  42. Pass On Wealth To Spread Holiday Cheer

    Pass On Wealth To Spread Holiday Cheer

    Find out why money can sometimes be the perfect gift.
  43. How The Fiscal Cliff Could Affect Your Net Worth

    How The Fiscal Cliff Could Affect Your Net Worth

    With upcoming changes in tax rates, is your net worth going to be affected?
  44. The Link Between The Fed, Money, Debt And Taxes

    The Link Between The Fed, Money, Debt And Taxes

    Assets on the Fed's balance sheet, money supply level, national debt level and economic production should be maintained in ...
  45. Tax Credit For Plan Expenses Incurred By Small Businesses

    Tax Credit For Plan Expenses Incurred By Small Businesses

    Determine whether your business is eligible to claim a tax credit for establishing a retirement plan.
  46. Saver's Tax Credit: A Retirement Savings Incentive

    Saver's Tax Credit: A Retirement Savings Incentive

    Here's another reason to put money toward your retirement nest egg.
  47. After-Tax Balance Rules For Retirement Accounts

    After-Tax Balance Rules For Retirement Accounts

    Accumulating post-tax assets can work to your advantage. Find out how.
  48. Who Does The Current Tax Code Benefit?

    Who Does The Current Tax Code Benefit?

    Are the non-workers benefiting from the current tax code in any way or is it the wealthy who are still getting the big breaks? ...
  49. Why You Shouldn't Die In 2013

    Why You Shouldn't Die In 2013

    Increases in estate tax rates and possible fiscal cliff implications will make things more difficult when it comes to arrangements ...
  50. Retirement Plan Tax Form 8606: When To File

    Retirement Plan Tax Form 8606: When To File

    If you have a Roth IRA, you are responsible for keeping track of your pretax versus after-tax assets.
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