You know what time of year it is, micro-businesses! You've faithfully kept your business records, and have estimated and paid your quarterly taxes throughout the year. But December is coming up, and that means it's time to close out 2013.
While April 15 is commonly accepted at "tax day," for many taxpayers and especially small business owners, freelancers and self-employed professionals, there are other important "tax days" to keep in mind.
Taxes are never as simple as counting days. To better understand this issue, it's important to review certain terms: domicile, statutory resident, and resident and nonresident, all of which affect how much state tax an individual ends up paying.
Whether you owe the Tax Man a bundle or are expecting a big fat refund, we can treat today, Tax Day, as just another reason to eat and drink on the cheap. Whether it's a discount off of your entire dinner bill or just a $5 cocktail, here are some tasty ways to enjoy April 15.
Today is Tax Day, and we think that calls for a drink.
For many Americans April 15 is a reminder that those crafting tax laws in Washington seem to be in a different world. Yet we create some of our most important social policy through the tax code.
The folks at TurboTax have compiled a visual list of the top 10 cities with the highest percentage of residents waiting to file their taxes at the last minute.
The real problem isn't taxation. Our real problem is the new "bipartisan" drive toward austerity, a mad obsession which runs against the 75-year political consensus of both political parties. Once our leaders understood government's vital role in a healthy economy.
Filing a tax return extension can remove the failure-to-file penalty, which is the larger penalty on a monthly basis, but it will not remove the failure-to-pay penalty.
Looking for some Tax Day relief? Enjoy a cocktail or two, a sweet treat, or even some sushi at locations across the country this April 15.
The relationship between stress and weight gain is a complex one. Part of this relationship involves the interruption of your usual healthy eating patterns when you throw your routines aside in response to a crisis situation -- like tax season.
You don't have to have an offshore account to reduce your taxes! There are plenty of legal loopholes that you are probably not taking advantage of.
Sometimes the harder part of being informed means asking others for advice and help. Find that person you trust who can give you the best advice for your life.
If you're planning to file an extension because you might owe taxes, you should know that an extension only extends the deadline for the forms to be filed. It is not an extension to pay your any taxes you owe.
If you're about to get a tax refund and are experiencing a bit of inner turmoil over what to do with it, the experts suggest you save the money.
As many of us scurry to gather our receipts and recollect the donations we made in 2012, there is a chorus of folks who say that the predicted elimination of the deductibility of charitable donations will result in fewer people giving or people giving less. My response is that it will not.