Still waiting for your tax refund? There could be a good reason for the holdup. Earned Income Tax Credit and Additional Child Tax Credit If you claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) or the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC), your…
Whether you’re comfortable in your current position or not, it’s never a bad thing to learn a new skill or build upon an existing one. With the vast knowledge available via the internet, there’s really no excuse not to explore the opportunities. With time being money, I’ve saved you a little by doing some of the leg work for you. Check out some of these online learning tools and see what piques your interest!
2014 was full of life changing events for everyone, but particularly for military members and their families. Maybe you moved to a new base or traveled to a duty station last year. Members of the military have many obligations that can impact their tax situation . TaxSlayer.com is here to give you, America’s heroes, a stress-free tax filing experience by offering Active Duty Military a completely Free Federal and State tax return with our Military Edition .
As it is over halfway through Movember, you may have noticed a handful of friends or co-workers taking part in the mustache movement. So while some of the mustaches may look absolutely ridiculous, know that like the pink ribbon is to breast cancer awareness, these mustaches have become the symbol of men’s health. Learn how the Movember Foundation is “changing the face of men’s health” and how your participation in the movement can help here.
October is national Breast Cancer Awareness month. There are many organizations soliciting your donations to aid them in their fight against breast cancer. It is best to choose an organization in which your donation will do the most work or assist in treatment or research. Learn how to you can choose a charity for your donation, here.
If you are one of the nearly 13 million taxpayers who asked for more time to file your federal tax return this year, the extra time is about to expire. If you haven’t yet filed, here are some things that you should know.
Buyer’s Remorse. The avid shoppers, and even the occasional splurgers out there, know the feeling all too well. Now, we can’t make any promises but we have some solutions that could turn your guilty pleasure into an overwhelming sense of social responsibility. Here are a few ways to get your retail fix AND give back.
Want to spoil yourself without ever leaving the couch? There’s a subscription for that. If you’re buying for yourself, for someone else or for your favorite furry friend, there are tons of options out there. We chose a few of our favorites to share with you. Oh yeah, we included some coupon codes because who doesn’t love getting more for less?
If you’re in debt, you are not alone. According to Debt.org, each household with a credit card carries a debt of over $15,000 on average. While tackling your debt can seem like a daunting task, it does not have to be. Check out the 3 things you should consider when repaying your debt.
Students heading back to college this fall will now save thousands in interest charges on their student loans, after they graduate. On August 9, 2013, President Obama signed legislation that lowers the current federal loan interest rates.
The tax deadline is fast approaching and we are here to make sure you do not throw away your hard earned money by missing tax deductions. One of the ways you can reduce your tax liability is to decrease your taxable income by taking advantage of tax deductions.
In our latest infographic, we take a look at the Top 10 Most Overlooked Tax Deductions, to help you keep more money in your pocket!
When Hurricane Sandy hit in late October, over 60 million Americans were affected. That means that 1 in 5 Americans are facing some kind of recovery from the storm. If you are one of these many Americans that are facing material loss or damage, or were affected by this super-storm, you could be eligible for some tax relief. Following recent disaster declarations for individual assistance issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the IRS announced November 2, 2012 that affected taxpayers in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York will receive tax relief. Other locations may be added in coming days based on additional damage assessments by FEMA.