Pros And Cons Of Filing For A Federal Tax Extension

If you need more time to finish filing your taxes, it can come as a great relief that the Internal Revenue Service offers a tax deadline extension. First, the IRS has given a cushion of an additional month to get taxes in, but there’s also an extension beyond that date. The extension deadline allows those who […]

4 Tax Challenges Travel Nurses Face and How You Can Handle Them

Guest Post: Jeremy Commisso, Founder & CEO of Nurse First Travel The thrills of being a travel nurse are many. There’s the excitement of setting forth to a new city, the adventure of operating within a different clinical space, and the joy of knowing your skills can apply and help people anywhere. But there’s also […]

How Financial Services Can Be Handled From Comfort Of Your Home In 2021

If there’s one thing the pandemic has made clear, it’s that many things can be handled from home. Consumers were already comfortable online shopping and ordering food online, but what they’ve discovered between lockdowns and quarantine measures is that a host of other services can be handled from the comfort of their laptops, be it […]

How To Apply For The Restaurant Revitalization Fund

No one needs to tell those in food and beverage how much the restaurant industry has been hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to social distancing measures and out of an abundance of caution to prevent virus spread, dining out dropped drastically. “The year-over-year decline of seated diners in restaurants in the U.S., compared to […]

What Happens If You Miss The Tax Extension Deadline

The Internal Revenue Service tax filing deadlines are dates set well in advance in order to ensure every U.S. taxpayer has time to get their financial affairs in order. But the IRS also understands that sometimes people need an extension due to unplanned circumstances. As with the official tax filing date, extensions are also made […]

How To Teach Your Children About Taxes Without Shedding Tears

Do you remember how you first learned about taxes and how they could impact your finances? For too many people, learning about taxes comes through someone’s first time having to file taxes for their very first job. Or, even worse, they learn some lessons too late after improperly filing, finding out they were supposed to […]

5 Tax Tips for Starting a New Business

So you’ve decided to start your own business. Well done! Going solo can be incredibly rewarding and while there are many boxes to check before you can start billing and scaling your enterprise, with foresight and thoughtful planning, your new business can be a success.  However, on the road to growing your business, you first […]

Everything You Need To Know About The Recovery Rebate Tax Credit

During 2020, the federal government sent eligible taxpayers two Economic Impact Payments, more commonly known as “stimulus checks.” The money was meant to help people struggling during the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The maximum amount available for the first payment was $1,200 for single filers or $2,400 for those who are married filing […]

Everything You Need To Know About Employer-Issued Incentive Stock Options

Stock options are one of the most enticing reasons to join an early-stage startup or other growing business. You’re almost certainly familiar with the tales of Silicon Valley employees who “got in early” at startups that went on to incredible valuations and, eventually, extremely lucrative IPOs.  Many people jump at the chance to take a […]

Why You Should File Your Taxes Regardless of Your Immigration Status

As most Americans know, we’re deep into tax season right now thanks to a federal extension that allows taxpayers to file by May 17 this year, rather than the typical April 15 date. But while legal citizens know they have to get their financial documents in order, immigrants might be a bit confused about what […]

Does the stimulus check affect individual taxes?

The tax deadline is swiftly approaching and with it, a need to get all of your financial affairs in order. But this year is different from the last. This year, American taxpayers are considering how their stimulus checks might affect their tax bills.