"How do I lower my taxes?" is the wrong question to ask. Know enough about our tax system to make sure you're asking the questions that really matter.
Today we discuss how to claim the foreign tax credit, physician mortgages, setting up a practice retirement plan, Able accounts, and listener questions.
Yes, the rich do take advantage of their knowledge of the tax code to pay less in taxes. But six of their seven techniques are available to everyone.
The QBI Deduction may be my largest deduction this year, but it has made my financial life dramatically more complicated. Now it's screwing up my retirement saving plan.
Don't let becoming an independent contractor intimidate you. Follow this list and you'll be ready to make informed decisions about taxes, insurance, retirement accounts, deductions, business structures and more.
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.
PIMD shows that state taxes DO matter, especially if you are going for early financial independence.
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.