• admin
    It may sound crazy, but there are all kinds of moves you can make this time of year to pay less when you do your income taxes. We’ve compiled 12 year-end tax tips below. For most of the savings, you’ll need to itemize your deductions. It’s a little more work, but it could mean a bigger tax refund. Just follow these steps and start saving. Tip 1: Add Add money to your retirement plan, if
  • admin
    With so many forms to complete and numbers to keep track of, tax preparation can quickly become a stressful, time-consuming activity—testing the limits of your patience and taking time away from what’s really important. But with some careful record-keeping and organization, you can take away some of that stress and make filing next year’s tax return just a little bit easier. Here are a few tips for organizing your tax records after you file and
  • Guest Blogger
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  • Marshall Lee
    Flying Solo Means More Freedom and More Flexibility No one likes to talk about taxes, so why would anybody want to make a living as a tax preparer? The flexibility, for starters. Tax preparers earn the bulk of their annual income during the first quarter of the year, between January 1 and April 30. And like teachers, many tax preparers are able to a significant amount take time off during the summer and fall, sometimes