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Here is the Financial Literacy Month Question of the Day for Friday April 15th (are your taxes filed?) Jon from JWFinancialCoaching.Wordpress.com asks us this question on Tax Day: By getting a tax refund from the IRS you… A) Did something … Continue reading
Well, if that title didn’t get your attention, I don’t know what will. But it’s true. I like paying taxes. Well, sort of. We filed our taxes last week and we actually owed money. That means we didn’t pay in … Continue reading
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Episode 45: Of Taxes and Tax Returns. Feb 2, 2011. In today’s show we talk about everybody’s favorite topic: tax returns. Ok, ok. When we say everyone’s favorite topic that really … Continue reading
Myth: You should avoid paying off “good debts” like home mortgages so you can get a bigger deduction on your taxes. Truth: Making any financial decision based solely on the amount of a tax deduction is a really, really bad idea. Continue reading
Over the last year or so, I’ve been receiving an email from the “IRS” telling me there is an extra tax refund available to me. Sounds great, especially in tax season but there’s a problem with the letter. This letter is a phishing scam. Don’t fall for this. Continue reading