If you got a big tax refund or owed the IRS a lot of money when you filed your 2014 tax return, it may be time to adjust your income tax withholding. Many people like to
As summertime approaches, tax planning is probably the last thing on your mind. The problem is that if you wait until December, thereâ€™s little time for changes to t
The IRS has published depreciation limits for business vehicles first placed in service this year. The limits for passenger autos remain the same as the 2014 limits, but
The â€śtax extendersâ€ť legislation that became law in December 2014 included the â€śAchieving a Better Life Experience Actâ€ť (also called the ABLE Act).
Tax-exempt organizations are required to file annual reports with the IRS. Those with gross receipts of $50,000 or less can file an E-postcard rather than a longer version of Form 990
Just for fun, I Googled “Retirement Calculators” to see what I could find. And yes, I actually used some of the calculators to make sure my husband and I were
Young people have many decisions to make regarding how they manage money. These decisions become amplified because in the early years of our career, we usually have entry
Each Quarter, our newsletter, the InForm, includes an Investment Update which provides insight into stock market activity over the prior quarter. If you are interested
Spring has at last arrived! Does your employer offer a retirement plan? Of course, taking advantage of your 401(k), 403(b) or SIMPLE IRA makes sense because, in most case
If you are a young professional with a young family, there is never a time when you need life insurance more than you need it right now!â€śWhat kind of life insurance
Liz Ann Sonders, Chief Investment Strategist for Charles Schwab & Co., gives her view of Q1 and forecast for Q2.
The Ohio Department of Taxation has issued another press release warning taxpayers that the department is experiencing no let-up in the recent fraud attempts.