If you’re selling your principal residence, some or all of the profit may be tax free. It depends on your home sale profit and your income. Here are the basic rules.
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Student loan interest is deductible for some borrowers subject to certain limits. Find out if you qualify.
If you have Medicare insurance (including supplemental), you know it can be expensive to get the coverage you want. But you may be able to deduct the cost of premiums, along with other medical expenses, on your tax return. Here are the rules.
Arm yourself and your employees with information about “vishing,” one of the newer fraud scams taking advantage of remote work arrangements. It could help protect your network from hacking.
Employers, act now to determine whether you could be subject to an Affordable Care Act penalty for your 2022 health care coverage.
A company’s accounting software can be either a strength or a weakness. Make sure you’re maxing out the functionality and value of yours.
Is your business starting to wine and dine customers again? If so, consider reviewing (and possibly upgrading) your practices for reporting travel and entertainment expenses.
Before Dec. 31, you may want to make some tax moves to save on 2021 taxes. Here are a few strategies.
Distinctions between taxable advertising and nontaxable sponsorships can be nuanced. Before seeking new income sources, figure out if they’re potentially subject to unrelated business income tax.
Are you an investor or a trader? The difference is important for tax purposes.
Before recording your will signing, consider alternative strategies to prevent a contested will.
Before booking your next vacation or business trip, scrutinize it for signs of fraud. We have four tips to help prevent you from falling for a travel scam.