Claiming a Tax Deduction for Unreimbursed Educator Expenses

With the new school year right around the corner, teachers are beginning to get their classrooms ready for the beginning of the school year.  In many cases, educators have to purchases items for the classroom that the school is unable to reimburse them for.  A tax deduction is available for educators that allows up to […]

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Ouch! Watch Out for the “Kiddie Tax”

I have always taken a proactive approach when it came to planning for my financial future. After recently passing the one-year mark of parenthood, and seeing my financial plan evolve, I have begun to dive deep into the impacts of what my son’s tax situation might look like in the years to come as well. […]

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First Time Penalty Abatement

Receiving correspondence from the IRS will unnerve anyone, especially correspondence that has assessments for penalty charges included! The IRS realizes, however, that everyone is entitled to make a mistake and under certain conditions, you may be eligible to request an abatement of the assessed penalty charges reflected on the notice. This abatement waiver can decrease […]

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