What you should know about the wage garnishment
Updated on: 16th May, 2018

Your wage can be garnished if you owe money to the creditors or lenders. The honorable court can issue an order to withhold a certain amount of your paycheck to repay the creditors or lenders to whom you owe the money. Your wage will be garnished until your debt is paid off. However, there ar...

IRS guidelines to follow when you’re choosing a tax preparer
Updated on: 15th Mar, 2018

It’s time to meet your tax preparer and file your income tax returns. The tax return preparer can help you file your income tax returns properly and possibly can even help you get a refund. So it’s extremely important to choose your tax preparer carefully. IRS guidelines for choosing a tax ...

4 Biggest tax breaks for the middle class in 2018
Updated on: 13th Mar, 2018

The GOP tax plan claims that middle-class families in our nation will get more tax breaks in 2018. However, there are many controversies about the new passed Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). Well, every new change has some good and bad sides. In this article, I will show you the good sides of the...

10 Surprising tax write-offs you don't believe are original
Updated on: 8th Mar, 2018

The tax season has come and most of you are trying to find out ways to put some money back in your wallet. Some tax deductions are common; many people are aware of them. But you can get more tax write-offs by getting a little bit creative. There are some surprising tax write-offs that can help you e...

Do you know you have to pay tax on these 12 items?
Updated on: 27th Feb, 2018

The IRS loves to get a fair share of the money you earn by hook or crook even if it is only $20. If you find a $10 on the street and take it, you may have to pay tax to the IRS.Love it or hate it, you can’t ignore the IRS. If you have received cash through criminal activities, luck, or other skill...

Working grandparents are eligible for EITC - Here are the rules
Updated on: 20th Feb, 2018

Grandparents who work and take care of children may qualify for earned income tax credit (EITC). So if you’re working and looking after your grandparents simultaneously, then you could claim these children for the EITC.What is EITC?EITC means Earned Income Tax Credit. This is a refundable tax cred...

2018 Tax Laws and Alimony - Higher Divorce Rates?
Updated on: 15th Feb, 2018

Usually, couples rush into marriages. But thanks to the new tax law, some couples may rush to the courthouse for finalizing divorce agreements in 2019. Trump’s new tax law has scrapped the 75 year old tax deduction for alimony payments.The massive tax overhaul has surprised divorce attorneys and i...

25 Tax facts you should know before filing bankruptcy
Updated on: 8th Feb, 2018

Critical! Serious! Confusing! Troubling! Difficult!This is what “Tax” and “Bankruptcy” feel like!!You got any better adjectives to describe them?? Well, I don't!People file bankruptcy when their debts are not in a position to be paid off easily.They want to get rid of those debts with one bi...

You can take legal actions against a debt collector- Here’s how
Updated on: 6th Feb, 2018

Debt collectors are harassing consumers in the name of collecting debt for a long time. To stop their illegal debt collection practices, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) enacted the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). It is a set of rules and guidelines that control the activi...

How much will it cost to contest a Will?
Updated on: 25th Jan, 2018

Challenging the contents of a ‘Will’ is a very hard job. It’s a rare case scenario, but it happens!First of all, you got to understand whether or not the Will can be disputed. Because a Will is not just a piece of paper that has scribblings on it! It determines what property is held by whom, a...


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