Married same-sex couples will be treated for federal tax purposes just like opposite-sex couples, according to a recent IRS announcement. Same-sex couples who were married in a jurisdiction, domestic or foreign, that recognized their marriage as legal will be treated as married for federal tax purposes even if they live in a state that does not recognize same-sex marriages as …
Today many financial institutions are charging new fees — and increasing the level of existing charges — to lessen their exposure to volatile markets.
If you converted your traditional IRA to a Roth IRA in 2012 and now wish you hadn’t, you’ll want to know about this October 15, 2013, deadline.
“Boiled down to the essentials, financial (or fiscal) planning is about two things – accumulating wealth and protecting it”. Don’t feel like these two simple things are happening? Then it is probably time to consider a financial facelift. Like its surgical equivalent, a financial facelift entails a quick nip and tuck procedure. The end result is a more streamlined, …
The health care reform law passed in 2010 included a provision that would require employers of 50 or more full-time employees to provide affordable health insurance to their workers or face steep penalties.
Ah, Fall. Time for pies, pumpkins, and payroll — third quarter payroll taxes, to be precise. Here are things to think about as you gather your information.
In the hustle and bustle of daily business, getting a firm grip on your company’s financial health may seem elusive.
To encourage workers to set aside money for retirement, Congress modified the tax law in the late 1970s.
In the quiet months before the conventional season of festivities and gift exchanges begins, you might not be thinking about charitable contributions.
Most businesses view growth as a sign of success. Yet uncontrolled expansion could jeopardize your company’s future.