The U.S. Department of the Treasury is delaying the April 15th deadline to file and pay taxes until May 17, giving individuals and businesses another month to file and then pay the government what they owe.
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Tax identity theft is when someone steals your Social Security Number, files a tax return with your number, and directs a refund to their own…Read more
For years, you’ve diligently invested in your retirement portfolio, accumulating wealth that you hope will sustain you throughout your Golden Years. To help see that…Read more
A recent survey revealed that four out of every 10 Americans don’t believe they’ll ever be able to afford to retire.1 But this pervasive belief…Read more
Most people who decide to purchase stocks, bonds, mutual funds, or other investment vehicles do so understanding that there are risks associated with investing, but…Read more
Many prospective investors eventually shy away from a commitment when they hear the dreaded “R” word: risk. By itself, risk is innocuous, carrying no special…Read more
As we approach the end of the year, employees and employers are both wrestling with changes to employee benefits for 2021. While every year always…Read more
In 2020, the government gave taxpayers an automatic six-month extension due to the coronavirus. Individuals who were affected by the damaging wildfires were also given…Read more
Amidst all the pandemic news and 2020 election drama, many might have missed that the IRS also quietly published new 2021 tax rates in late…Read more