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How to Deduct Health Insurance Premiums When You’re Self-Employed

Few things beat the thrill of being your own boss. You can make your own hours, pick your clients, and build a dream business. But self-employment is far from easy. Days off, taxes, and insurance chip away at your profits. These things may be a burden if your income is low. Luckily, the government offers...

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How to Pay Taxes When You’re Self Employed

There are endless perks to being your own boss. Starting a business, choosing who to work with, and earning more are a few reasons to make the jump. But unfortunately, self-employment is a lot more than chasing your dreams. Paying taxes is one of the most stressful parts of the job. If the thought of...

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How Retirement Impacts Your Taxes

For most of us, retirement is a crowning financial achievement. It’s the chance to finally ditch long commutes, business attire, and conference calls for good. There’s a long list of things you can leave behind, but sadly, paying Uncle Sam isn’t one of them. Here’s a look at your income in retirement and how it...

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Don’t Overlook These 2019 Tax Changes

Like it or not, tax season is underway. On top of the usual flood of paperwork, you have to navigate a slew of new tax laws. It’s the biggest overhaul our country has seen in thirty years, so if you are feeling overwhelmed, you aren’t alone. Before diving headfirst into tax prep, it may help...

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How to File A 2018 Tax Extension

Everyone has good intentions in January. But life happens and winter disappears. Before you know it, April’s tax filing deadline has already crept in. Filing an extension is a lot easier than you think. Here’s a look at how to do it — and why it’s so important. What happens if you miss the April...

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What Happens If You Miss The Tax Filing Deadline

Every year it’s the same drill — track down W-2s, locate deduction forms, and pencil in time to actually file your taxes. Despite your best efforts, deadlines always come faster than expected. If you err on the side of procrastination, last-minute scrambling may be all too familiar. To avoid the cycle of past mistakes, here’s...