This is the last in Money Under 30’s six part “No-Stress Guide To Filing Your Taxes”. Here we discuss some special situations. We are looking at audits, extensions, payment plans, and quarterly taxes for the self-employed.
This is part four of Money Under 30’s six part “No-Stress Guide To Filing Your Taxes”. Tax schedules are basically supporting documentation to your tax return. They are used to claim additional deductions such as mortgage interest or a loss on a business. This is good stuff to understand as your tax return gets more complex.
This is part two of Money Under 30’s six step “No-Stress Guide To Filing Your Taxes”. Once you have your required forms and documents you can decide which option is best for preparing your taxes. While filing by hand is free, tax software is easier. A professional is expensive but might give you the peace of mind you need.
Everybody wants to earn more money. And as we’ve established, often the most straightforward way to do that is to start freelancing in addition to your nine-to-five. Ideally, you can even make that work something you already enjoy—like teaching a fitness class or creating designs—so it feels less like work. In other words, become a […]
Note from David: It’s been a while since we’ve talked about career issues on Money Under 30, so we’re going to fix that this week. Today, I asked Amber to write about how you can use social networking accounts to help your career. (At the very least, if your Facebook profile photo includes a Solo […]
I’ve been married for a little over three months now, and, since my new husband and I combined our finances right after getting hitched, we’ve been learning a lot about what it’s like to share bank accounts. We went from completely separate financial lives and splitting (almost) every cost right down the middle to completely combined finances. After […]
I’ve been hearing a lot lately about extreme couponing. The hit reality show on TLC and dismal economy seem to be driving interest in this phenomenon that takes clipping coupons to, well, extremes. (This is not the neatly-organized coupon folder your mom used to keep.) Extreme couponing is a hobby less about saving money and […]