Official tax-filing season kicks off Monday, January 23, and it may hold some surprises for your wallet.
- USA TODAY
How is social security taxed in 2023? Here are the rules used to calculate how much you might owe on your benefits.
- Detroit Free Press
Some who work in low wage jobs, including first-time parents, don't realize that the Earned Income Tax Credit is a way to get a big tax refund.
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Each year, people wonder if they should do their own taxes or enlist a professional. We'll help you decide what to do for tax season 2023.
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The Fair Tax Act, explained
In some states, homes are cheap, property tax rates are less than half of 1% and the average property tax payment is just a few hundred bucks per year. In the most expensive states, however, rates...
Although 2022 was the first year since the pandemic without federal stimulus, states across the country distributed payments to their residents last year through their own initiatives. Some payments...
‘Bear down’ and ‘be as frugal as you can’: Baby boomer financial experts who survived The Great Inflation share tips to ride out a recession
There's no way around it. You just have to get through it.
‘The world should be worried’: Saudi Aramco — the world’s largest oil producer — issued a dire warning over 'extremely low' capacity. Here are 3 big oil stocks for protection
Energy inflation remains a serious concern. Protect your portfolio.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
"California government officials didn’t understand or care about keeping California taxpayers’ money in California," writes an attorney specializing in financial technology.
J.P. Morgan Says Now Could Be a Good Time to Buy Cybersecurity Stocks; Here Are 2 Names With Promising Growth Potential
In today’s digital world, there will always be a need for cybersecurity. Too many of our essential systems, everything from the upper levels of government and finance to the automation systems that run the traffic lights, depend on online connections for us to ignore the basics of securing our computer networks. Recent events, including the ongoing questions about election integrity, deep macroeconomic volatility, and the Russian war in Ukraine, have simply underscored the importance of cybersec
Close to retirement and worried about your nest egg? Another Fed rate hike is expected next month and recession fears persist — but here's why soon-to-be retirees shouldn't panic
Don't wallow in fear — take advantage of it.
Elon Musk May Be Late On His San Francisco Rent, But The City Has Bigger Issues With Its Office Space
Elon Musk’s $44 billion takeover of Twitter Inc. last year hasn’t been a smooth ride, with employee turnover and social media sniping. And now Musk has apparently stopped paying rent at the company’s San Francisco headquarters and British offices. The San Francisco building owner is suing Twitter, but being late on rent is the least of the company’s office space issues. According to West Coast independent commercial real estate giant Kidder Direct, office vacancy in San Francisco has risen to 18
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Most of the money I have earmarked for emergencies and other more near-term needs or goals is tucked away in my savings account. Right now, for example, the online bank I use is giving me 3.3% interest in my savings account. There are other banks that are paying even higher interest rates -- on both savings accounts and CDs.
Asia's richest man is rocked by a U.S. short-seller's allegations of fraud and money laundering.
The billionaire wants the fast-food chain to accept the dogecoin cryptocurrency as payment for its burgers.
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Innovative Industrial Properties' prospects hinge on what happens with the U.S. cannabis market.
My job is being eliminated and I will get a severance package. Is that considered income for IRS limits on Roth IRA contributions?
Is my severance considered income for the IRS income limits on Roth IRA contributions? If I am below the income limit, is there any circumstance where it would be more advantageous to contribute less to my 401(k) and contribute something towards a Roth IRA?
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