I did a couple hypothetical moves and calculated how much tax I would be paying in each place. Some of the results might surprise you.
You can either fight the tax code or learn it.
It’s easier to learn it.
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It’s finally here, my 2018 taxes broken down for you. See how my tax report this year stacks up against the one from last year.
Let’s dive into the new tax code and take a look at a few major sections to see what has changed, and maybe what hasn’t.
Before this nex tax bill is fully implemented, let’s take a look at some key points and see what they could mean for you in the future.
Many lawyers don’t even realize how many things can be considered charitable donations each year. Don’t miss out an opportunity to cut down your taxes with these tips.
Worried about rising school costs? Check out this 529 loophole to effectively save money on your education.
Getting married soon? Congratulations! Now let’s take a look at how this will effect your taxes.
Worried about accessing your money after you’ve put it away but before you’re ready to retire? Here is one way to circumvent that and put your mind at ease.
As the cost for college continues to skyrocket, don’t wait until your child is thinking about high school to start putting away for their college fund. Here are some reasons why saving in advance will work out to your advantage.