Category: taxes


Teachers – Don’t Forget Your $250 Tax Deduction.

Since I was married to a teacher, I know about this tax deduction – do you or any of your teacher friends? If you are an educator, remember to keep any receipts for unreimbursed classroom supplies so that you have a record of them. There is a line item deduction on your tax form for […]


The Tax Extension Deadline Is October 15th.

Did you file an extension back in April so you could have more time to file your taxes? Well guess what – your due date is coming up next week. October 15th is the tax extension deadline, so be sure to file your taxes so you don’t get in any trouble with the IRS. While […]


Pay Estimated Taxes? They Are Due Tomorrow, September 15th.

If you pay estimated taxes, please do not forget to pay your 3rd quarter installment which is due at the IRS tomorrow, September 15th. I have been paying estimated taxes for almost 4 years now as a self-employed taxpayer, and while it can be a pain in the butt to set aside that taxes due […]


US Taxpayers Pay Less Taxes Than Citizens In Other Countries.

You think your taxes are bad? I don’t necessarily think I pay too much in taxes (although I would like to see waste cut back on, for sure, so the taxes I do pay actually go further than they do), but when you look at the tax rates for the rest of the world, the […]


Find The 2009 Sales Tax Holiday For Your State.

It’s just about that time of year again, when most states in America offer up a few days to shop without paying sales tax. While some states are not having the days this year (Massachusetts & California being two states without “no sales tax” days), many states will have sales tax holiday shopping days for […]

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