What is a tax write off? If you don’t know what this means, you’re probably missing out on opportunities to significantly cut your taxes. It’s any expense that you can claim in your income tax return as a deduction, but you need to make sure that you qualify for these so you won’t have a bad experience when the IRS comes to audit… Click to read more
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced the IRS mileage rate 2018 as early as last year. And now it’s time for car owners to max-out its benefits. In a nutshell, this rate refers to the amount you can use to deduct non-personal, vehicle-related expenses off your annual tax dues. These are the rates based on the recently passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017. Get to know your applicable standard mileage rates… Click to read more
Whether you’re a family of wanderers, adventurers, or travelers, here are some interesting ways to have an extra special family vacation. Plan your next family trip with these awesome budget vacation ideas! Click to read more
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has certain provisions that may affect people with a side gig. These include pass-through deduction, which allows those in the gig economy or with side hustle to keep more extra cash. To see if you qualify for the deduction, learn more about it… Click to read more
When it comes to money-saving ideas, perhaps one of the first things that come to mind is Warren Buffett’s ever-famous, “Don’t save what is left after spending, spend what is left after saving.” People of all ages have difficulty with saving money. Don’t fall under this category. Here are five money-saving ideas you might want to try… Click to read more
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