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  1. Are tax brackets adjusted for inflation?

    Learn about U.S. tax brackets and how the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) makes annual inflation-based adjustments for ...
  2. Can a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) be used for a spouse?

    Learn about flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and how FSA funds can be used to cover qualified medical expenses incurred ...
  3. Americans Are Living Longer, but Social Security Is Not Catching Up

    Find out how Social Security really works, why the system is in trouble and whether retirees are simply living too long for ...
  4. New Tax Pitfalls to Avoid in 2015

    Although the normal litany of adjustments have been made to the tax code, there are several more unique issues that taxpayers ...
  5. Fund College for a Grandchild: 529 vs. HEET

    For some grandparents, a HEET is a desirable option for funding their grandchildren's college education. Here's what you ...
  6. After Poor Performance, Now a Mutual Fund Tax Hit?

    If the performance of mutual funds in 2014 wasn't bad enough, here comes a tax hit from liquidations.
  7. Does money in a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) roll over?

    Get the latest information regarding current IRS regulations on how much money can be carried over from one year to the next ...
  8. How Yearly Taxes on 401(k) Accounts Work

    Learn how your contributions to traditional or Roth 401(k) accounts are taxed, either in the year of contributions or at ...
  9. How Property Taxes Are Calculated

    Property taxes are calculated through use of the mill levy and the assessed property values.
  10. What's a Franked Dividend?

    A franked dividend is an arrangement in Australia that eliminates the double taxation of dividends.
  11. When You Should Change Your Withholding Tax

    Paying attention to your W-4 form, and making adjustments when necessary, is an important way to make sure your tax withholdings ...
  12. How Income-Shifting Strategies Can Help Cut Taxes

    There are many ways that your clients can move money or other assets to relatives in order to reduce their tax bills. Here's ...
  13. Hillary Clinton Promises Free College and Higher Wages

    With income inequality on the rise, Hillary Clinton is running on raising the minimum wage, raising middle class wages, and ...
  14. Is homeowners’ insurance tax deductible?

    Learn whether homeowners' insurance is tax-deductible, and find out about instances where you can deduct home insurance payments ...
  15. Top Tips for Deducting Stock Losses

    Investors who know the rules can turn their losing picks into tax savings. Here's how to deduct your stock losses.
  16. Which Receipts Save Big Money at Tax Time

    Don't wait to April 13th to set up a smart receipt-filing system. These 7 categories could save you some significant money.
  17. Do financial advisors charge VATs?

    Understand what types of actions on behalf of a financial advisor constitute a value-added tax (VAT). Learn how to avoid ...
  18. Why do some oil refineries get tax exemptions?

    Understand why some oil refineries in the United States receive tax exemptions. Learn what is being done about it and who ...
  19. Read This Before Taking $10K+ to the Philippines

    There are many reasons why you might need to go to the Philippines with more than $10,000. If you do, follow these guidelines ...
  20. Tips for Reducing Health Insurance Expenses

    For many self-employed people, health insurance premiums can make up a hefty percentage of their budget. Here are some tips ...
  21. Are Cafeteria plans subject to FICA, ERISA or FUTA?

    Find out whether cafeteria plans are subject to ERISA, what they offer to employees and which benefits are subject to FICA ...
  22. Always Keep These Tax Documents

    It's tempting to ditch them. But make a practice of this very specific group of tax papers. It can save headaches and pay ...
  23. IRA Tax Mistake? You Still May Have Time to Fix It

    Even if tax day has come and gone, errors still can be fixed through mid-October, including those to do with Roth and traditional ...
  24. 5 Reasons to Invest in Municipal Bonds When the Fed Hikes Rates

    Discover five reasons why investing in municipal bonds after the Fed hikes interest rates, and not before, can be a great ...
  25. Are IRS audits random?

    Learn about how the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) conducts its tax audits based on random selection, document matching ...
  26. How to Deduct Medical Insurance Premiums

    An overview of tax breaks for those who pay medical insurance premiums.
  27. How to Plan for Taxes on Dividends

    Dividends are taxed differently than other investment income. Here are some strategies to help lower taxes on dividends. ...
  28. Payroll Taxes: Picking Apart Your Paycheck

    Here's what gets deducted from your pay, what your employer pays and where your payroll taxes actually end up.
  29. Are mutual fund expense ratios tax deductible?

    Learn under what circumstances mutual fund expense ratios and other investment-related expenses may be tax deductible under ...
  30. Does the IRS report to credit bureaus?

    Understand the relationship between the IRS and the various major credit bureaus. Learn how credit bureaus find out about ...
  31. Does the IRS charge interest on penalties?

    Understand whether or not the IRS charges interest on penalties. Learn about the types of penalties that can be assessed ...
  32. Can the IRS take your house?

    Understand why a person would have his home seized by the IRS and what he can do to avoid it. Learn about the seizure process ...
  33. Are tax shelters legal in Canada?

    Understand whether tax shelters are legal in Canada and what types of scams have been committed. Learn what happens to illegal ...
  34. 7 Easy Steps to Negotiating a Raise

    Salary negotiations aren't easy, but even if your company is on a tight budget, you can still ask for more.
  35. The Best Charitable Remainder Trust for You

    Help a favorite cause and avoid a tax bite: These are the key reasons to set up a CRT. But which version best fits your needs?
  36. Can the IRS withhold your tax refund?

    Learn about the instances in which the IRS can levy your federal and state income tax refunds, and find out how the levy ...
  37. Can the IRS garnish your tax refund?

    Understand whether the IRS can legally garnish a person's tax returns. Learn the priority for garnishing wages for state ...
  38. Are donations escheatable?

    Learn about the escheatment process and what happens to abandoned and unclaimed property. Understand whether donations can ...
  39. The Pros and Cons of Being a Nonprofit

    Evaluating the tradeoffs organizations face when choosing between becoming a tax-exempt nonprofit or for-profit business ...
  40. What is a 409A nonqualified deferred compensation plan?

    Understand what a deferred compensation plan is and what makes it either qualifying or nonqualifying. Learn about Internal ...
  41. Philanthropy Planning with Millennial Clients

    As more Millennials care about giving while they're still young, advisors must put philanthropy planning and strategy at ...
  42. Why Delaware is the Most Business-Friendly State

    Incorporating your company in Delaware may give you the logistical, structural and judicial leg up you need to help your ...
  43. Can Your 401(k) Impact Your Social Security Benefits?

    Find out why income from a 401(k) does not affect the amount of your Social Security benefits, but how it can impact your ...
  44. ETFs Can be Tax Efficient: Here’s How

    Learn about the primary reasons ETFs are highly tax-efficient, including how their unique structure allows them to reduce ...
  45. Tax Implications of Opening a Foreign Bank Account

    Learn about the tax implications of opening a foreign bank account, including accounts that generate earned or unearned income ...
  46. Special Benefits for First-Time Homebuyers

    To encourage Americans to buy their first homes, the government offers credits and tax breaks. Here's the lowdown on who ...
  47. 7 Sources Of Nontaxable Income

    All income in the United States is taxable, unless a provision specifically excludes it. Here are seven of those exceptions.
  48. Are The Wealthy Better Served By Trusts Or Wills?

    Trusts and wills are both means to pass on wealth to heirs. Which of these is likely to serve your needs better if you have ...
  49. Taxes in New York for Small Business: The Basics

    Learn how small businesses are taxed in New York, and understand how tax rates vary based on whether the business is an S ...
  50. 8 Tax Benefits For The Self-Employed

    Profitability in business depends on minimizing costs and maximizing resources. Here are several tax benefits that are available ...
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