Tax Saving

Five Things to Do with Your Tax Refund – Other than Spend It

Five Things to Do with Your Tax Refund – Other than Spend It

What are you going to do with your tax refund this year? If your immediate answer was “spend it,” you might want to think again. According to the IRS, the average tax refund in 2012 is $2,899. That’s certainly a significant amount of money that could buy you a lot of fun, nice things. But […]


Do It Yourself Tax Preparers Save Time, Money and Stress

Do It Yourself Tax Preparers Save Time, Money and Stress

Most people do not need professional tax preparation. The internet has taken the anguish and arithmetic out of filing tax returns. Using just the information from their W2 forms, approximately two-thirds of working Americans can complete and submit IRS form 1040EZ. One form, about a dozen numbers, a little addition and subtraction, and the process […]


Dealing With Back Taxes

Dealing With Back Taxes

Taxes are an issue that almost everyone has to deal with at some point. If you cannot afford to pay your taxes and you let them become late, the Internal Revenue Service can take drastic measures to collect the money that you owe. If you find yourself in a situation where you owe back taxes, […]


Last Minute Tax Prepartion Tips

Last Minute Tax Prepartion Tips

So you’ve waited until the last minute to file your taxes, eh? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone! I haven’t either. The good news is that the IRS has pushed the filing date back to April 17th! The bad news is that tax preparers are busy and it may be difficult to get help in a […]


Five Tax Refund Tips You Won’t Want to Miss

Five Tax Refund Tips You Won’t Want to Miss

Depending on whether you are required to cough up some unexpected tax money or you are owed a refund, tax season can either seem like doomsday or like Christmas in April. Even though most people dread the filing process, it is more than worth it to discover that you have a sweet refund check headed […]


The Smarter Way To File Your Taxes

The Smarter Way To File Your Taxes

Did you know that the average refund distributed during tax season is almost $3,000? Most of the time, that refund will go right into a savings account, but there are other ways to spend a tax refund that can boost your refund for next year, and no, it doesn’t include going on vacation or a […]


Interesting Ancient and Old Currency

Interesting Ancient and Old Currency

I’m sure we’re all familiar with the ancient barter trade of times gone by, but did you know there used to be very real old currency that was used in trades. Sure it wasn’t the paper and plastic that we have today, but then again with contemporary problems in place with the world economy we […]


Finance for the Future

Finance for the Future

Even in these times of economic uncertainty, there are still things that we can rely on – death and taxes.  While it might be difficult to think about that fact that death eventually comes to us all and it’s probably best not to dwell on that fact too much, it’s important to face facts and […]


Social Networking, Meet Billable Hours

Social Networking, Meet Billable Hours

If you’re a lawyer and you’re playing it by the book – like we all know that you are – then there are long, seemingly interminable stretches of your life lived in six-minute increments. The ticks of the clock are both a thorn in your side and a nugget of gold in your (or your […]


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