Midyear Tax Planning: MiscellaneousMost everyone pays at least 10% on some of their income. As you make more money the tax increases.
Midyear Tax Planning: Retirement PlanJuly is a good time to take stock of your retirement accounts. The contribution limits for this year for a 401(k), a 403(b) and a 457 plan is $18,000.
Midyear Tax Planning: College GradsIf you just got a job, there is some tax planning you can do, even if you are just doing landscaping or waitressing until that marketing job comes through.
Midyear Tax Planning: The NewlywedsThose June weddings we talked about last month all have a tax consequence to them.
Midyear Tax Planning: Where To BeginJuly for most folks is all about sun and fun. But it is a good time to do some tax planning as well.
Massachusetts Tax Amnesty Program Ends TuesdayState officials say thousands of Massachusetts taxpayers have taken advantage of a tax amnesty offer.
Massachusetts Lawmakers Planning To Debate 'Millionaire Tax'Individuals with annual incomes above $1 million would be subject to the tax
Mass. Residents Have A Few Extra Days To File TaxesTaxpayers in the Bay State will have until April 19 to file both their federal and state returns since April 18 is Patriots Day in Massachusetts.
Be Smart: Use Your Tax Refund WiselyYou've got a hefty check headed your way, thanks to your tax refund. Don't spend it just anywhere. Instead, here are five smarter ways to use your refund money.
5 Common Filing Errors To Avoid On Your TaxesWhether you do your own taxes or you pay an accountant to help you, there are lots of very easy mistakes that many people make on their tax returns every year. Here are five of the most common tax mistakes that people make.
How To Find The Right Tax Professional For All Your Tax NeedsWhen it comes time to choose a tax professional, there are many things that a tax payer needs to understand. Here are some basic questions to ask and details to learn before hiring someone to take care of your income tax preparation needs.
5 Tax Deductions That You Should Not IgnoreFrom deducting child care and medical expenses to education costs and state sales tax opportunities, here is a look at a number of tax deductions people should not ignore when filing their taxes.

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