Not all those hired to work in a taxpayer’s home are considered household employees. We explain in this week’s Tax Tip.
Indices ended the trading session mixed on Tuesday. The Dow added some points while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq closed in the red zone. Energy shares such as Royal Dutch Shell, Chevron, Total and BP declined on a downswing in crude oil.
Tax season brings many things: shoeboxes of receipts, checkbooks, refunds, and unfortunately scammers and identity thieves. It’s not just the phony IRS emails either. This year the Georgia Department of Revenue has been flooded with phone calls regarding calls they didn’t make to many taxpayers. This article from the Atlanta Business Chronicle explains the latest…
If federal loans don’t cover the cost of college, many borrowers look to private student loans. Read all about it in this week’s Financial Tip.
Indices ended mixed on Monday. The Dow and Nasdaq added marginal gains while the S&P 500 closed slightly in red territory. Investors traded with caution ahead of comments from the Federal Reserve meeting which are due later this week.
Indices closed well into the green zone on Friday. Energy brands such as PetroChina, Royal Dutch Shell, Total and BP traded up on a jump in crude oil.
In today’s Marietta Daily Journal: How you take your pension benefit affects how much you’ll receive in the long term. Read the Article
Certain strategies you use to minimize your payroll taxes may also affect your income taxes. Read more in this week’s Business Tip.
Your life insurance policy may be a valuable resource for you and your family if you’re faced with a terminal illness. We explain in this week’s Insurance Tip.
Deductible mortgage interest is limited to interest on acquisition debt and equity debt interest up to certain limits. Learn more in this week’s Tax Tip.