For almost the entire past decade, interest rates held steady at near-zero levels. Then, in mid-December 2015, the Federal Reserve raised rates by one-quarter percentage...
In 2013, the IRS issued regulations clarifying when tangible real and personal business property can be expensed.
If you haven't yet begun saving for retirement, a myRA may be a reason to start.
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 made two changes to social security benefit strategies.
Every year, many of Ohio's senior citizens and permanently and totally disabled Ohioans save an average of $435 on their property taxes by way of the Homestead Exemption.
The tax extenders law passed in mid-December changed some of the rules for claiming bonus depreciation in 2016.
Did you know the tax extenders law made modifications to the Section 179 expensing election ?
Markets are off to a lousy start in 2016. A down market is when you need good advice the most.
What supporting documentation do you need to claim charitable deductions on your federal income tax return?
Discussing finances with your parents may be a talk none of you are eager to tackle. But addressing the topic can benefit your entire family by clarifying your parents? wishes...
Certain tax numbers are adjusted for inflation each year. This year, many of the numbers are unchanged or change only slightly from 2015 amounts.
How to keep your retirement on schedule and avoid unexpected costs and pitfalls.
On November 2, 2015, the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 was signed into law. This changes some of the creative claiming strategies which have been part of plans...
In December, Congress extended tax breaks known as "extenders" retroactively to the beginning of 2015. In addition, the new law makes some of the rules effective through 2019...
The standard mileage rates you can use to calculate your deductible vehicle expenses during 2016 for business, medical, and moving mileage have decreased from last year.
Quick & easy chart to know your limits for this year.