Tax chat Tuesday with Mark Alaimo
Mark Alaimo serves as a Principal at Wealth Management Advisors, LLC and within the Tax Department of Sullivan Bille PC, CPAs. Mark is skilled in...
Financial tools and articles from Bankrate.com on topics ranging from college financing to retirement.
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Celebrities show why it's not a good idea to cheat the IRS.
How to protect your identity during tax filing season.
What happens if you don't file? Here's what the IRS may do.
Five questions to ask your accountant at tax time.
If you file incorrectly, you're liable. These tips will help you select a tax preparer.
As you go through matching your forms and deductions, here are some last-minute checks you make before sending the filing along.
Did you know that if you are raising a family, you may be eligible for certain tax breaks?
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The tax code is ever evolving and 2013 will be no different for taxpayers. The following are some key facts and changes to the tax code for the upcoming year:
Here are 10 tax breaks -- some for itemizers only, others that any filer can claim -- that often get overlooked but that could save you money.
One of the hardest things about doing your taxes is learning the language, which can be hard to decipher. These 10 key tax terms can help you start talking taxes.
In the last weeks before filing your 2012 taxes, dont get so frazzled that you forget about the deductions most frequently missed by taxpayers.
It's important to choose the correct income tax form so you can get the correct money from the IRS. Choosing the wrong one can cost you.
Tax Tips from Bankrate.com
Need to start from scratch when it comes to filing your taxes? Start here at Bankrate.com's tax basics guide.
Do you have specific questions or concerns about your taxes? Bankrate.com has a number of articles providing tips to help you get the most money back.
Don't want to spend hours on your return? Tax-preparation software may be the answer.
It seems easy enough to choose your filing status, but your choice could mean a difference in your tax bill.