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Divorce is difficult, no matter the cause. Whether you were married three months or ten years, whether you have a lot of shared property or very little, and whether or not you have children. Separating from a spouse is an emotionally challenging, fin...


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How to Handle a Tax Lien on Your House and Bank Account

So, you have just found that a debt collection agency has seized your bank account and taken the money you owe them. The news leaves you shocked and your bank account overdrawn. This can be an extremely worrying scenario, and the worst thing is that ...

Tax Breaks for the Military

Serving in the armed forces can be a very rewarding occupation, but one that also brings its fair share of challenges and worries. The good news is that the government offers a number of tax breaks that can help to ease the financial and emotional bu...

The 411 on Payroll Taxes

Hiring employees is an exciting milestone for small and growing businesses, but managing withholding and payroll taxes can take time and expertise you don’t have. Withholding and remitting federal, state and local income taxes, Social Security ...

Attention Small Business Owners: Know These 5 Tax Facts?

Filing taxes is never an easy ordeal for small business owners. From timely applications to deductions and refunds, there are so many details and intricacies involved with tax filing. However, there are ways to secure help during the turbulent tax se...

Top 10 Tax Deductions for 1099 Freelancers

According to the Freelancers Union, 35 percent of the U.S. workforce is made up of freelancers. While news articles and bloggers tout the benefits of freelancing, such as working from home, being in charge of your own schedule and selecting your own ...

What Airbnb Owners Need to Know About Taxes

If you rent out your vacation home or investment property, you’ll need to report the income to the IRS. Here’s what you’ll owe and how you can lower your tax bill. Rental Income Is Taxable Whether you rent your entire home or just a...

Got Your Refund? 5 Ways to Spend Smart

Refunds have been rolling in since February, have you received yours? Whether it’s just hit your bank account or you’re still waiting patiently, check out our tips below on how to put it to good use, no matter your financial footing. Pay off Debt...

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You may have taken this credit before, but starting in 2016, the IRS is changing up the rules for an even bigger benefit. The research tax credit, or R&D tax credit, was started in 1981 to stimulate the economy and incentivize innovation, and it ...

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