Tax season is officially here and we’ve rounded up our most popular (and useful) tax articles to help you file and get your full refund. Whether you have questions about your children’s taxes, your tax documents or home-related tax issues, we’ve got answers. Here are our top 10 tax articles to simplify this year’s tax [...]
By Guest| 2017-06-22T15:15:22-05:00 August 30th, 2015|
The very best way to project your tax liability is to work with a tax professional who uses professional tax tools. So, the first tip to calculating what you owe is to establish a relationship with a tax preparer that you see at least once a year for a consultation. Even if you prepare your [...]
By Guest| 2020-01-23T11:13:58-06:00 August 15th, 2013|
Four ways to Live Tax-free. Here are a few strategies for those who want to live a tax-free life without breaking the law. We all know that paying taxes is a necessary part of life. Yet the news is constantly filled with reports of people being caught with offshore, untaxed funds in an effort to [...]
By Ilyce Glink| 2020-01-23T11:55:10-06:00 May 12th, 2007|
If homeowners don't pay your real estate taxes, the tax collector can seize your house and sell it for the back taxes that are owed. In most places, the taxes have to have been unpaid for at least a year or two and the homeowner has the right to catch up on the taxes by paying the interest that has accumulated plus any penalties or fees. The catch is, there is a period of time where the homeowner has the right to catch up with the back taxes payments and pay you back your investment plus interest.