Everyone makes a mistake once in a while. Whether that’s forgetting your wallet at home or making a wrong turn while driving. Occasionally, mistakes are even made in preparing your annual tax return. Don’t worry. The federal government realizes that mistakes happen and has a system for addressing these goofs.
It’s easy to forget about taxes during the year. Afterall, for most individuals, taxes are something that you really only have to worry about in the time leading up to Tax Day (Tuesday, April 17, 2018). However, there are things that you can do to make sure that you’re smart
Spring is a time of renewal that brings forth flowers and blooms that contrast the dull colors of the Winter months. With tax season done or extensions filed, many businesses and entrepreneurs turn their sites on forming new partnerships in hope of additional bounty during the year and beyond. If
Tax season 2017 is squarely behind us, so it’s not unusual that summer vacation planning begins to fill our thoughts. For some, a sizable return may be just the thing to fuel those dreams. For others, the prospect of simply escaping the confines of the office and enjoying the beach
In a previous blog, the the whole idea behind medical expense deductions and when to deduct and whose expenses to include was discussed. In this article, we’ll look more closely at specifically which expenses can and cannot actually be deducted. With help from the examples below, you’ll be able to