IRS: The Perfect Agency That Never Makes Mistakes

Obviously the IRS can never make a mistake or be in error, and so you would never see letters that..


Emergency Preparedness

Aside from buckets of food that will last 25 years and other doomsday products (yes, that’s a real thing), there..


New Job, Old 401(k)

So congrats, you’ve got a new job and you’re excited (or you’re really good at acting like it!) but what..


Summertime, and the Tax Planning is Easy . . .

Summertime, and the livin’ is easy . . . Fish are jumpin’ and the cotton is high . . ...


Retirement Savings

45% of working-age households don’t have any retirement assets, according to the National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS), a non-partisan..


The Pain of Cosigning

Cosigning a loan is a terrible, terrible idea, especially for a friend or family member.  Really, it’s just the worst..


This Is What A Credit Score Is

Do you understand what a credit score is?  Most people don’t, except that they know they have one and that..


Adoption Tax Credits

Are you adopting this year?  That’s a big deal: it’s a huge life and financial commitment.  From the perspective of..


Diets and Taxes, A Glossary

We present a glossary of tax terms that may help you, with an odd example based on a diet, just..


HSA limits announced

The inflation-adjusted limits for contributions to health savings accounts have been announced by the IRS. A single taxpayer in 2018..