Taxes Blog Posts

Real Estate Prices in Puerto Rico

Real Estate Prices in Puerto Rico overview: As always, I’m very concerned with the cost of living of any place we consider for moving abroad. Through my preliminary research, see Puerto Rico’s Cost of Living, I was pleasantly surprised to see...
by Abroad Dreams on Jul 7, 2014

Becoming a Sole Proprietor

The sole proprietorship is the simplest form of business one can choose to operate from and has many advantages. This business type allows for only one owner. No forms are required in its creation unless the owner plans to operate under a trade name,...
by Communication Loves Coffee on Jul 2, 2014

3 Steps To Revisit Deductions In Your Workplace

Too often, employees neglect to make the most of the tax-favored benefits their employers provide for them. Sometimes we just ignore certain benefits or make excuses to not take advantage of them. On the contrary, an employee should start these accou...
by Doable Finance on Jun 28, 2014

Getting Organized - more or less

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by thepopculturedivas on Apr 30, 2014

Tax Day is Here and the Pain is Real

     The tax man cometh.  Today is the day that the left loves and has famously called "the price we pay for a civilized society."  There is some truth in that.  Obviously our nation can not exist without a revenue sourc...
by The Political Spectator on Apr 15, 2014

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by The Political Spectator on Apr 10, 2014

Taxes

 I REALLY hate doing my taxes.  (who doesn't, right?) I usually do my business side of them and then my husband does the rest.  But this year we are both procrastinating and I really just need to buckle down and get them out of my...
by Babe with a Budget on Apr 4, 2014

Quick Facts on Tax Slips

It can get very confusing when you start digging through your paperwork to find everything you need to do your personal income tax.  There are many types of tax slips that you may receive, but I will just go over some of the most common ones to get...
by Pennysaver Blog on Apr 2, 2014

Tax Evasion vs. Tax Avoidance: Is There a Difference Between the Two?

The biggest difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion is that one is legal and the other is not. Reducing or completely avoiding tax liability is recognized as a taxpayer’s right by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Tax evasion, however, i...
by Doable Finance on Apr 1, 2014

5 Ways To Save Money When Paying Taxes

Every year at tax time consciousness shifts toward saving money on the inevitable tax payments we make.  Each person’s tax circumstances are unique, with some filers reporting by way of conventional W-2 forms and others accounting for self-emp...
by Pennysaver Blog on Mar 25, 2014

Even more music deals.

Look what else I found...A nady encore 2 wireless from guitar center. So many trinkets I've found. I already have a small space in the apartment to store this stuff. I call it my music room (He has his computer room so it's all fair). Though, I have...
by Diary of an (Ex?) WoW Addict on Mar 18, 2014

Got Mah Taxes Back...

I got my taxes back a bit ago. Guess what I did? ...well other than buying the new Warlords expac? Some great denon from guitar center that's what. I mean common, that's some sweet head phones, and I loves me some head gear to rock out with. Now to s...
by Diary of an (Ex?) WoW Addict on Mar 17, 2014

Income Tax Tips – 5 Things To Bring To Your Tax Preparer

It’s that time of year again, so rather than waiting until the last minute, I recommend gathering up your documents earlier this year and beat the rush.  It’s not going to be too painful, I promise.  Here are some of the things you don’t want...
by Pennysaver Blog on Mar 15, 2014

Filing Your Taxes For The First Time: 5 Things To Consider

There’s no doubt about it: filing taxes can be a daunting task. This is especially true for those that have never done it before. With pages of paperwork to contend with and tons of tiny blanks and boxes to fill in, you might wonder if you̵...
by Pennysaver Blog on Mar 10, 2014

I'm Back!

Trying this again, it's been awhile but life without a kitchen over the holidays was enough to send this girl over the edge!  We've finally finished 95% of our project, have had 2 birthdays, Valentines Day and the stomach bug for all five of us.
by Babe with a Budget on Mar 6, 2014

TNPSC Group II 2269 Clerks & Assistant Vacancies - Recruitment 2014

TNPSC Group II 2269 Clerks & Assistant Vacancies - Recruitment 2014 Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) has released TNPSC Group-II Examination 2014 notification to the filling of total 2269 Personal Clerk & Assistant posts through...
by GovJobInd on Feb 10, 2014

5 Things to Know to Get the Most Out of Your Taxes This Year

When filing taxes, you can actually do a lot to save money and avoid overpaying Uncle Sam. There are a lot of “tricks” to the trade, but you need to know those tricks if you want them to benefit you. However, most people don’t do this as th...
by Doable Finance on Feb 3, 2014

Managing Your Small Business Taxes

One of the most challenging tasks that small businesses have to take on every year is preparing for and filing their federal income taxes. As getting all of your financial documents organized and staying compliant with the ever-changing tax code can...
by Doable Finance on Jan 31, 2014

Business Advice For People Who Has A Home Based Business And Taxes

This post is about what it takes to succeed if you want to set up business working from home. More and more people are looking at this form of work as it has many advantages to it. There are however many pitfalls and you can easily fall into negat...

5 Tax Credits You Should Take Advantage of Before 2014

As 2013 comes to a close, most people are thinking about the holidays. Those who like to look ahead are already preparing to limit their tax expenditures for the current tax year. The end of the year is a great time to make charitable donations, but...
by Doable Finance on Dec 30, 2013
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