Looking for a new job isn’t actually ‘taxing’ after all. Did you know that you can deduct costs related to your job when you file? All the things like paying for LinkedIn Premium, hiring a recruiter and good ol’ printing and mailing resumes can add up.
If you are starting a new business it’s important you start out on the right foot with the IRS. You’ll want to make sure you correctly identify how you will classify your business for tax purposes. Not correctly choosing the right one can leave you vulnerable to tax penalties and liable for damages caused by […]
If you take more than you make, you may have find yourself with more debt than you know what to do with. Don’t feel bad. It happens easily and can sneak up on you. There are so many things to pay for: car repairs, food (especially growing costs if you have a family), mortgage, utilities, […]
When you don’t budget for reality, 1 of 2 things will happen: you’ll come up short on paying for everything you’ve budgeted or you’ll absorb the unexpected expense in the form of debt. Neither is good (credit cards are a dangerous form of planning for emergencies).
Deal with it now! If you’ve received a notice or letter from the IRS, it’s best to deal with it right away. The more letters they send out the harder they are to deal with.