The statistics are staggering. The majority of Americans do not save for retirement or have not saved enough for retirement. Make sure you’re taking these three steps to be financially prepared for your retirement. [Read more…]
Single people have financial considerations that differ from those who are married. But this doesn’t mean they should overlook financial planning. Unfortunately, many do. Don’t make this costly mistake.
As your business grows, you may be thinking about incorporating. Learn the reasons why it can be a good idea.
If you haven’t checked your credit report lately, this may be the time. Wrong or old information on your report can affect your credit score – and not in a good way. [Read more…]
Should you pay for your child’s college education? Or should your child find the financing? There are compelling arguments for both sides, but ultimately, your family needs to do what’s best for your financial situation. Most families find that a combination of both works the best.
Your role as an executor or personal administrator of an estate involves a number of responsibilities. Did you know that part of your responsibility involves making sure the necessary tax returns are filed? And there might be more of those than you expect. [Read more…]
Court: Taxpayer can’t blame mistakes on tax preparation software. [Read more…]
You have filed your 2016 tax return, but you probably still have questions. Here are a few of the most common post-filing questions the IRS answers. [Read more…]
If employees are your company’s best assets, you might want to invest in finding the best ones.
Can’t finish your federal income tax return by the April 18 deadline? There’s still time to get an automatic six-month extension. [Read more…]