9 Tips for Dealing With Back Taxes

Like most people, you probably don’t relish preparing your annual income tax returns. But what happens if you don’t file your taxes? The simple answer is that you will incur back taxes. What are back taxes? Back taxes are taxes which are not paid in the year that you owe them, which causes you t...   Read More

3 Tax Tips for the Self-Employed

Now that tax season is in full swing, countless workers no doubt will be scrambling to get their returns done — and that includes folks who are self-employed. While filing taxes as a salaried employee often means copying over a number from a W-2 and calling it a day, there’s often a whol...   Read More

Need more time to file your 2017 tax return?

Need more time to file your 2017 tax return? Before filing for an IRS tax extension, make sure it’s right for you. Here are a few common reasons why you may need to push your deadline back: • More time needed to track down missing tax documents • Unexpected life event • Life’s been too [&h...   Read More

3 Tax-Planning Tips to Kick Off 2018

1. Contribute to a retirement plan early on It’s estimated that nearly half of Americans have no retirement savings. Whether you’re in that category, or have begun saving but still have work to do, the start of the year is the perfect time to focus on setting funds aside for the future. ...   Read More

Top 5 Households affected by the tax cuts and jobs act

With the newly passed tax cuts and jobs act everyone is asking about how the new tax laws could affect them. Below are the Top 5 Households that will be affected by the newly passed tax cuts and jobs act. 1. A single filer with $50,000 in annual adjusted gross income (AGI) and who uses the standar...   Read More