It goes without saying, but having a baby isn’t cheap — a fact that often blindsides new parents. “New parents don’t have a lot of extra money, and having a baby is a lot more expensive than they think it would be,” says Ellie Kay, a Parents advisor for the Mom Money Clinic and a
Buying a vacation home is a huge decision. After all, both your money and your invaluable leisure time are at stake. Before you put an offer in on a property, you need to evaluate whether or not purchasing a second home is the right move for you. Fortunately, we can help with that. Below is
Now that the new year is here, small business owners may find themselves trying to understand changes brought about by federal and state laws. Here are three things owners need to know for 2019: — Tax filing season. Business owners will learn what impact the new tax law is having on their finances. Many owners
Much of personal finance is about achieving a perfect credit score. If your score isn’t exactly where you want it, luckily, there are plenty of ways you improve it. But, you’ll also be happy to know that, starting this month, your score could rise without you doing anything! Experian, Equifax and TransUnion will now exclude tax
When speaking with eCommerce sellers, the single biggest question that comes up time and again is, “Do I need to collect sales tax?” This question is quickly followed by, if so then where and when? These are great questions and they are being asked by everyone. They are asked by eCommerce sellers their
Long-standing rules authorize valuable tax breaks for homeowners who itemize their deductions on Form 1040’s Schedule A. They’re able to claim annual write-offs for payments of mortgage interest and property taxes. I noted in previous columns some of the changes introduced by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that Congress passed in December of 2017.