There are five tax filing statuses. Choosing the right one can save you money.
People make financial decisions all the time, and sometimes these decisions don’t pan out as intended. Hindsight is 20/20, of course. Looking back, would you change anything?
Would you take on a 30-day challenge to spend money only on necessities such as rent, utilities, and groceries? During a no-spend month, many common activities—including dining out, buying movie or concert tickets, and shopping for clothes—are avoided at all costs.
Curious about this hot retirement trend? While it can lead to an early retirement, it does require careful planning, savvy saving and investing habits, and potentially big sacrifices.
Beginning in January 2020, employers can offer two new types of HRAs — an Individual Coverage HRA and an Excepted Benefit HRA.
One minute, you’re minding your own business and aren’t even thinking about that return you filed months ago. The next minute you open your mailbox and see something called a “Notice of Deficiency”—and your anxiety immediately goes through the roof.
The IRS recently issued letters to more than 10,000 taxpayers whom they suspect have not been properly reporting their virtual currency transactions.