Apparently, there are some politics things happening these days. But even more apparently, the tax deadline is three weeks away. Politics? As the young people say, ain't nobody got time for that. But you know what we DO have time for? Saving you
The college hoops brackets are set, and the madness begins. And, per the American Gaming Association, 47 million of us will be wagering $8.5 BILLION on this event.Which, of course, means that my mind immediately goes here.You see, we've already
Just about one month left before the tax deadline. As the parents say, the days are long, but the months are fast. And as we tax pros say, the days are long, and the days are long. But that's simply because we've
Now we're cooking with gas. After weeks of reports that refunds were down, last week's data from the IRS shows a new trend. Although overall quantity of refunds are down, now the average refund is up 1.9%. After so many headlines
Word on the tax professional "street" is that tax filing numbers are down across the board so far. That is from data released by software providers (though this year, of all years, I simply don't understand why somebody would use
Politics aside, I think we can all breathe just a little easier knowing that the federal government is no longer in shutdown mode. And on top of that, this morning, as I write, the IRS has begun accepting filed tax returns.
There are so many advantages for those who file taxes early in tax season. Here are the top four reasons to get your documents together as soon as possible.
We all know about the early bird! And those who come first. Keep reading for more benefits to early tax filing that you may not have even thought of! Three Reasons Why West Michigan Taxpayers Should File Taxes Early "You cannot escape
As of this writing, the federal government is still in a "partial shutdown", and things are starting to fray around the edges, even for those whose paychecks aren't being affected. Already, it's the longest in history. Which, for a media starving