You made an investment, and it paid off big. Maybe you bought Apple stock 3 years ago when it was $50 a share, or you picked up a foreclosure and flipped in in 90 days. Either way, you won, and now you would like to get the money without giving Uncle Sam too much. Under [...]read more (3,784 Comments) →
I Do… Changes Everything
“What happens to my tax return when I get married?” This is a question I get from time to time, generally from the newly engaged. Quite a bit, actually. Filing status, marriage penalty, adjustments to thresholds, even health insurance plans. When two people become one, more than the last name on the [...]
As the year 2010 comes to a close, here are some income tax savings reminders to consider. Enact these before the ball drops on December 31st.
Sponsor a Charity Event
As the year draws to a close, every public charity would like to remind you to give a donation before year-end to pick up a [...]