As you receive 2014 information returns check the amounts reported on the forms against your own records.
You will continue to receive in the mail the information forms you will need to prepare your 2014 income tax returns.
Between now and the middle of April you will be bombarded with free tax advice, but should you take it?
Even though the IRS announced that it began accepting and processing 2014 electronic and paper filed tax returns on January 20, it doesn't mean you should rush to file.
January is not too early to get your taxes in order, and here are two of MainStreet’s recommendations to stay on track for the IRS.
Congress has created a new tax-deferred savings account, the ABLE account. Here are the details.
Congress has created a new tax-deferred savings account, available beginning in 2015, called the ABLE Account. ABLE stands for “Achieving a Better Life Experience.”
Thanks to tax-free compounding, by making your contributions as early as possible at the beginning of each year will give you substantially more funds come retirement.
The Senate finally passed the Tax Extenders bill on Tuesday night by a vote of 76 to 16. President Obama is expected to sign the bill.
The winter holidays are a time for giving, but make sure you're minimizing your tax liability in the process.