Last week we discussed the difference between a Traditional IRA and Roth IRA. This week, we're reminding you that there's still time to make a regular IRA contribution for 2014! For most tax payers, you have up until your tax return due date to contribute (April 15th for many of us).
Did you pay for any business-related expenses last year? If so, you are in luck! Oftentimes, these out of pocket work-related expenses are tax deductible. If this applies to you, you are able to claim the allowable expenses on your Schedule A.
The count down is on. Less than one month until taxes are due. As you're finishing up your returns, you'll need to decide whether you're taking the standard deduction or whether you're itemizing. You can decide which option is best for you by using software that will try both and compare the outcomes. Here are 6 Tips to help you choose:
The first week of March marks National Consumer Protection Week. It's a great opportunity to think about how you are protected from identity theft and how to be proactive in safeguarding yourself. We've listed five steps to making your identity safer.
We are thrilled to announce our lecture and book signing next Thursday at my Alma Mater, Elmira College.