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Retirement is the endgame for most people — it’s literally why we work so hard our entire lives. But it’s also no longer a situation that is as straightforward as it once was, particularly as far as financial planning is concerned.
If you have a large capital gain from the sale of a stock, asset, or business and would like to defer that gain with the possibility of excluding some of it from taxation, you may want to check out the new investment vehicle created by tax reform, called a qualified opportunity fund (QOF).
If your 2018 federal return has already been filed and you are due a refund, you can check the status of your refund online.
Yes, it’s true that we’re just coming out of the longest government shutdown in the history of the United States. It will take many government agencies — including the Internal Revenue Service — a significant period of time to get back up to speed. But if you think that all this means that the chances […]
Your Small Business Survival Guide for If (and When) the Economy Slows Down According to one recent study conducted by the Small Business Administration, there are approximately 28.8 million small businesses in the United States that are collectively responsible for about 99.7 percent of all economic activity in this country. In many ways, they represent […]
Have you been ignoring your future retirement needs? This tends to happen when people are young; because retirement is far in the future, they believe that they have plenty of time to save for it. Some people even ignore the issue until late in life, which causes them to scramble to fund their retirement. Others […]
If your tax refund is less than you anticipated, you are not alone. In a report issued by the Treasury Department on February 14, the average refund it is paying in 2019 has dropped to $1,949 from $2,135 in the prior year. In addition, the number of returns filed so far has dropped from 13.5 […]
Beginning in 2019, the penalty for not having adequate health insurance, which the government refers to as the “individual shared responsibility payment,” will no longer apply.
As part of the recent tax reform, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017, the deduction for home mortgage interest and property taxes has undergone substantial alterations. These changes will impact most homeowners who itemize their deductions each year.