The tax overhaul that Congress passed in 2017 includes a lot of changes for your future returns. Here’s a look at some of the big ones.
One of the biggest questions that comes at the end of meeting with a tax professional is, "So, when will I get my refund?"
The IRS expects a “surge” of tax returns on Presidents Day weekend, urging taxpayers to use online tools so they can avoid long wait times and busy signals.
With all the headaches that can come with filing taxes, we are hoping to eliminate stress associated with at least one of them for our clients -- scheduling your tax appointment.
Amy Peek, accountant and owner of Pittsburgh-based Peekz ConsultiN warns taxpayers to file as soon as possible this year in light of Equifax and other security breaches.
Here's a checklist that you should run through now that could affect your financial situation next year. Let’s walk through some things you can do by Dec. 31 that could lessen your tax burden and/or increase your tax refund for 2017.
People who don't participate in an employer-sponsored health care plan have multiple options when it comes to buying a plan on their own. But one of those options goes away Friday. Enrollment closes Dec. 15 for the federal health care exchange marketplace, often referred to as Obamacare.
If you thought robocalls were suspicious before the Equifax data breach, it’s time to go on full alert.