The New 1040 is like Voldemort, the villain in Harry Potter. Numerous horcruxes have been hidden throughout the land and you will need to hunt them each down individually to destroy them.
Want to pay zero taxes in retirement? It's amazing what an understanding of the tax code plus the use of tax-protected accounts can do.
The Sec. 199A deduction is still a little confusing but has become much more clear over the last year. Here are 11 tips to help you understand the new law and maximize the size of your deduction so you aren't leaving money on the table.
If you're making substantial contributions to your individual 401(k) you'll most likely need to fill out form 5500-EZ. Do something better with a few hundred bucks then paying an accountant to file it. With this step by step tutorial, it's easy to do on your own.
In this episode, we talk about the Tax Cut and Jobs Act pass through deduction plus listener questions.
Don't be confused about the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. With so many changes in the tax code for 2018, we're taking on the TCJA again at a slightly simpler level.
We've all been trying to avoid it, but it's time to understand this important new deduction and how you can use it to lower your tax bill starting with your 2018 taxes.
PIMD shows that state taxes DO matter, especially if you are going for early financial independence.
Today's podcast #39 answers questions from readers and listeners.
A doctor can expect to pay between 15-37% tax on long-term capital gains & qualified dividends in her taxable account. Physician on Fire thinks you should have a strategy in place to reduce or completely eliminate those taxes.