Today is the last day to get your taxes filed to the IRS, or file a tax extension, without incurring a penalty that is. You can also receive an extra tax deduction if you open certain retirement accounts. We list out the important details you don’t want to miss, and how you can reduce your […]
Paying taxes, is still something many investors overlook when making plans for their retirement portfolios. Without the right tax planning, your real returns could take a bigger hit than you originally planned.
We all make mistakes. Sometimes, these mistakes are small, so it’s easier to recover from them and move on, determined to avoid the same mistakes in the future. Other mistakes can be costly and harder to recover from. When you invest, it’s important to avoid some of the big tax mistakes that can add up […]
Updated and expanded for 2014. In 2014, the name of the tax changes game is the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare. This is the first year citizens will be penalized for not having health insurance. Along with this comes a new tax credit — the Premium Tax Credit — for purchasing qualifying health insurance through […]