Robert Flach

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You Can't Exercise Away Your Gym Costs on a 1040

You Can't Exercise Away Your Gym Costs on a 1040

Sorry: General toning and fitness workouts are considered personal expenses by the IRS.

Tax Tip: Can You Deduct Gym Membership?

Tax Tip: Can You Deduct Gym Membership?

Your College Expenses Can Pay a Little Back

Your College Expenses Can Pay a Little Back

The tax code has several ways to claim a tax benefit for the cost of a post-secondary education.

Get All Your Tax Benefits for College Costs

Get All Your Tax Benefits for College Costs

The tax code has several ways to claim a tax benefit for the cost of a post-secondary education.

Direct Deposit Is the Way to Go for Tax Returns

Direct Deposit Is the Way to Go for Tax Returns

Some taxpayers like to actually get a check, but there are advantages to requesting direct deposit.

Tax Tip: Choose Direct Deposit

Tax Tip: Choose Direct Deposit

Some taxpayers like to actually get a check from the government, but there are distinct advantages of requesting direct deposit.

How to Handle Your Student Loan Deductions

How to Handle Your Student Loan Deductions

You can claim up to $2,500 in interest paid on qualified student loans used to pay for college or vocational school.

Tax Tip: Deducting Student Loan Interest

Tax Tip: Deducting Student Loan Interest

You can claim up to $2,500 in interest paid on qualified student loans used to pay for college or vocational school.

New Job, New Home Means New Tax Deductions

New Job, New Home Means New Tax Deductions

Did you move for a job last year? You may get deductions for your unreimbursed moving expenses.

Tax Tip: Deducting Moving Expenses

Tax Tip: Deducting Moving Expenses

Did you move for a job last year? You may be entitled to a deduction for your unreimbursed moving expenses.