There is a wealth of information on the internet about relocation and moving expense that you can find using Google. Rather than re-invent the wheel, check out what they’ve got to suggest. You’ll find some sites with checklists as well. Don’t want to leave anything reimbursable or deductible out! I’ll get you started with the … Continue reading Moving / Relocation Expenses?
Concerned about your income tax for 2011? If you expect a large income tax refund it means you overpaid your taxes. Maybe you use it as a “savings” account – heck, with today’s savings rates it’s about the same as having stuffed it in your mattress. If you owe a large amount of income tax … Continue reading ‘Tis the season to be
If you own any property that is assessed a property tax by the county you live in, you might be paying to much. Here’s a very short yet helpful video to check out and then see if you personally want to do something about your own property tax bill. Let me know if you find … Continue reading Maybe you can lower your property taxes
Issue Number: IR-2011-45 Inside This Issue Avoid Common Mistakes When Filing Your Tax Return WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers to review their tax returns for common errors that could result in delayed refunds. Here are some ways to avoid common tax return errors. File electronically. Filing electronically, whether through e-file or IRS … Continue reading Avoid Common Mistakes When Filing Your Tax Return
April 18 Filing Deadline Approaching; IRS Offers Tips to Taxpayers Videos: Free File 2011: English | Spanish | ASL Sandwich Generation: English | Spanish | ASL WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers that they have two weeks remaining until the April 18 filing deadline and that they can use IRS Free File … Continue reading April 18 Filing Deadline Approaching; IRS Offers Tips to Taxpayers
Probably has something to do with individual income tax returns coming due this month. There are some good resource links in this article that I found at Financial Literacy and Education Commission (FLEC) The Financial Literacy and Education Commission (FLEC), established in 2003, developed a national financial education website, a hotline, and a National Strategy … Continue reading April is National Financial Literacy Month
IRS Newswire March 23, 2011 IRS Holds Saturday Open House on March 26 to Help Taxpayers Video: Free IRS Tax Help: English | Spanish | ASL WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service announced today that nearly 100 IRS offices will be open on Saturday, March 26, to help taxpayers. The location of participating offices … Continue reading IRS Holds Saturday Open House on March 26 to Help Taxpayers