After you file your taxes is a great time to take a good look at your finances and make some changes.  Here are some great tips to get you started.

What to do and what NOT to do when you expect to owe income taxes!

Expecting a refund?  Get some great tips and learn 2 Jedi Mind Tricks to help you save!

2018 Tax Year: If you have dependents, make sure you are getting ALL your tax dollars.  And find out about a NEW tax credit for dependents!

Bonus Video : Filing Status from Best to Worst!

If you qualify for more than one filing status, you maybe wondering which to choose.  My answer: the one that allows for the lowest tax liability and/or highest refund.  This list, in general, lists the filing statues from highest to lowest standard deductions, limits and restrictions. Your mileage may vary, so please consult a tax professional.


Qualifying Widow(er) with Dependent Child - Find out how, and more importantly, WHEN it can be used.


What are the 3 qualifiers for the Head of Household filing status and what makes it so appealing?  


Usually considered the worst filing status, there could be unprecedented interest in the Married Filing Separately filing status by business owners, due to Tax Reform and a new deduction!


The Married Filing Jointly Filing Status and Innocent Spouse Relief - what every couple should know.


Who Qualifies for the Single Filing Status?

If you file your income taxes with the "Single" Filing Status, watch this video to make sure you're not missing anything.


Common Tax Filing Error: Incorrect Filing Status

Do you know if you are filing your income taxes with the correct filing status? Check out videos all week long that will provide detailed information on each status.

Oopsies - SSN = Social Security Number and I totally meant to say TIN = Taxpayer Identification Number

Part 1 of a 2 Part Video Series on How to Get Ready for the Upcoming Tax Season

Part 1: Gathering Your Information and Documentation

Find out what Information and Documentation you will need to file your taxes.  Plus, find out one of the most common reasons people get letters from the IRS.


Take advantage of tips 2 and 3 right up until the April tax due date.

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