Knowing your credit score can help you avoid a surprise when you attempt to apply for a loan or credit card.
Now is the time to begin midyear tax planning. Take time to review some important terms that are all about saving money on your tax return.
Is this the year you’ll adopt a child? If so, you might also qualify for a special break on your income tax return.
If you’re considering putting your house on the market, take a look at the outside appearance of your home first. Sprucing it up may help you raise your asking price.
As your business grows, you may be thinking about incorporating. Learn the reasons why it can be a good idea.
Single people have financial considerations that differ from those who are married. But this doesn’t mean they should overlook financial planning.
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Many people think of a “dependent” as a minor child who lives with you. This is true, but it’s important to remember dependents can include parents, other relatives and nonrelatives, and even children who don’t live with you.
There are a few qualifications that determine if you need Employer Identification Number (EIN) from the IRS.
You may not have thought much about the alternative minimum tax, or AMT, since Congress passed a law that permanently fixed the exemption. But the tax, which you calculate separately from your regular tax liability, is still around. Here’s how the AMT might apply to your 2016 tax return.