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8 Smart Ways to Invest Your Tax Refund

8 Smart Ways to Invest Your Tax Refund<p>Updated February 15, 2018<p>So you got yourself a nice tax refund (or you've got one on the way), and you’ve …

Who Should Pay Quarterly Estimated Taxes?

Some people have to deal with the IRS four times a year.<p>Most people only have to deal with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or think about their …

How much can I save if I itemize my taxes?

Which is right for you and your family: Taking the standard deduction or itemizing your return this year?<p>About 7-in-10 people opt for the standard deduction when they file their tax returns, according to the Internal Revenue Service. For the tax year 2016, that means electing for a fixed tax break …

Here's Why It Pays to Track Every Tiny Business Expense

Between taxes, credit card rebates and simply knowing if you're profitable, watching the pennies is essential.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Is it important to track each and every one of your business expenses? Ask that question to any financial expert, and I’m sure …

Why Paying Your Nanny Under the Table Is a Really Bad Idea

Don't even think about making that hush-hush cash payment to your child's nanny.<p>On average, families in the U.S. pay child care workers $556 each week — nearly $29,000 a year, according to Care.com. More than half of families report spending at least 10 percent of their household income on child …

Big break: Small businesses looking for annual tax deduction

NEW YORK (AP) — Small businesses are close to getting a permanent half-million-dollar tax break when they buy equipment like cars, computers and …

7 tax strategies the rich don't want you to know

You work hard for your money but, unfortunately, Uncle Sam takes a bite out of every paycheck for income and other taxes. And if you're in the middle class, you probably think that bite is a little bit too big.<p>According to a 2015 Gallup poll, nearly half of Americans — 46 percent — believe the …

Senate passes Net tax act

The bill, which the president has promised to sign, calls for a three-year time-out on new Net tariffs.<p>The Senate sweepingly passed the Internet Tax Freedom Act today, calling for a three-year time-out on new tariffs for online services and products.<p>President Clinton has vowed to sign the bill, …

Egg-in-a-Hole Grilled Cheese, Fried Chicken, and Other Breakfast Amazingness

Our 5 favorite breakfasts to dig into on Christmas morning. (After presents are opened, of course.)<p>Once the gifts have been torn open and the stockings unstuffed, it’s a glorious, indulgent breakfast—think cornmeal biscuits bathed in chorizo-studded gravy—that makes the day. Hey, Santa came and …

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