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So, you owe the IRS. Bummer. Here’s how to plan better for next year

So, you owe the IRS. Bummer. Here’s how to plan better for next year

While all your friends are posting on Facebook about what they plan to do with their tax returns, you’re scrambling to figure out how you’e going … Read More

Here are 5 reasons Trump and Congress are struggling with tax reform

Here are 5 reasons Trump and Congress are struggling with tax reform

A tax reform plan was supposedly imminent when President Trump met with airline executives at the White House on Feb. 9.

“We’re way ahead of schedule,” Trump said … Read More

Tax Day isn’t likely to be easier next year:

Tax Day isn’t likely to be easier next year: Bill Sternberg

Republicans don’t agree on changes to the tax code any more than they do changes to Obamacare.

We got our tax returns back from the accountant the other day. … Read More

Here’s what upsets Americans most about their tax system

Most United States citizens see taxes as a fact of life, something that can’t be avoided, or controlled. In many cases, according to a new study from Pew Research, they also view them as being unfair, a system rigged against … Read More

Do this during tax season to maximize your Social Security benefits

Tax season is a great time to make sure your Social Security benefits statement accurately reflects your earnings history. You will have all the documents you need at your fingertips to correct any mistake.

The annual statement details how much … Read More

High earners should consider a ‘back door’ Roth IRA

The April 18 tax-filing deadline is looming, and many corporate executives, attorneys and other professionals earning high salaries are seeking to save more money and cut their taxes.

There is a great strategy that they could be overlooking that may … Read More

Millennials: It pays to rethink the Boomer approach to retirement

To paraphrase one of the great musings of the American businessman and investor Charlie Munger, you don’t have to touch an electric fence to learn not to do it. In other words, it’s better to learn through observation and the … Read More

I.R.S. Tax Extension Adds Time to File, but You Still Have to Pay

The April 18 deadline for filing federal income tax returns is less than three weeks away. Taxpayers who think that they will not complete their returns on time may want to consider filing extensions.

A quirk of the calendar is … Read More

What you can do about the marriage tax penalty

Marriage proposals and weddings are joyous events, but for many couples the thrill of putting a ring on it also means saying “I do” to a higher tax bill.

The reason is what the tax industry refers to as “the … Read More

Spring cleaning is a perfect time to get your financial house in order

Spring cleaning is a perfect time to get your financial house in order

Monday is the first day of spring and thoughts of spring cleaning may be on your mind.

In addition to sprucing up your home for the upcoming … Read More