Having debt you can’t pay is taxing. But as it turns out, walking away from your debts can be even more taxing. Thinking of debt settlement? Read this first.
There will be at least half a dozen sales tax holidays in 2012 – not counting the dozen or so back-to-school holidays. Depending on what state you live in, you may have a chance to buy rifles, refrigerators, and radios tax-free.
Don’t leave a financial mess as a last memory of you for your loved ones. Here’s what to do now.
Tax Day is here, and midnight is the deadline. If you’re running late, you have options – but most require filing something today. If you owe and can’t pay, don’t ignore it. Here’s what to do.
Spring cleaning? We can’t do your manual labor, but we can save you some time when it comes to going through piles of paperwork deciding what to toss.
There are very few things you can do now to reduce your 2011 tax bill. One is to put money aside in an Individual Retirement Account, or IRA. But to decide that’s a smart move, you’ve still got to decide whether to go with a Roth or regular. Do you know the difference?
Your house needs an annual cleaning, so why not your finances? Here’s how to make a clean sweep of your costly problems.