The IRS is asking people who work more than one job or who are starting new jobs this summer to do a "paycheck checkup."
How much to budget for a vacation and other travel tips from Peekz ConsultiN
We sat down with Amy Peek, accountant and owner of Pittsburgh-based accounting firm Peekz ConsultiN, to talk about the financial side of vacations:
Tax season is over — so, how did we do?
Now that the dust is settling on tax season, we have a pressing question: How did we do? Peekz ConstultiN wants your feedback.
Where’s my tax refund?
Congratulations, the IRS is sending you a tax refund. But where is it?
Peekz launches its first community: Debt Eliminators
Peekz ConsultiN is rolling out out the Pittsburgh accounting firm’s first community, Debt Eliminators.
Tax season begins January 28, with or without shutdown
The IRS said this week that the agency would start processing tax returns on Jan 28 and would issue refunds to taxpayers "despite the government shutdown."
What the new tax law means for Giving Tuesday and other charitable giving
Giving to charity is a reward in and of itself. And the first Giving Tuesday under a new tax era serves as a big reminder of that.
IRS ups contribution limits on 401(k) plans
The IRS has some good news for taxpayers who are looking to aggressively save for retirement.
Meet with your accountant this fall; your tax return will thank you in the spring
Fall isn’t just for pumpkin spice lattes anymore. If you’re used to only seeing your accountant once a year during tax season -- Peekz ConsultiN owner Amy Peek says this is the year to make an exception. She’s advising taxpayers to meet with an accountant as soon as possible this fall while there is still … Continue reading Meet with your accountant this fall; your tax return will thank you in the spring
The story behind Peekz headquarters: Pittsburgh funeral home turned accounting firm
Often a topic of conversation with clients, new and old -- particularly this time of year -- we sat down with Peekz ConsultiN owner Amy Peek to ask her about what it’s like working out of the more than 4,200-square-foot defunct funeral home.