The Internal Revenue Service offers IRS2Go 4.0, an update to its smartphone application featuring new added features. Taxpayers can check the status of their federal tax refund, request their tax account or tax return transcripts, find free tax preparation services, and more using IRS2Go. iPhone and iPod Touch users can update or download the free IRS2Go application by visiting the iTunes App Store. Android users can visit Google Play to download the free IRS2Go app.
Did you know that retirement accounts require their own beneficiary forms? Or that the rules on distributions depend on the beneficiary? Here’s what you need to know about inheriting an IRA.
The first step in getting your financial house in order is creating a personal budget. It doesn’t sound like fun but creating and maintaining a budget doesn’t have to be a painful process.
Want to get rich? The magic of compound interest means that saving even just a small amount of money every week can eventually turn into a sizable pile of cash over time.
This guide to college aid will help you estimate how much your family will be expected to contribute toward the cost of college, provides links to Forbes new SmartSearch college planning software and will simplify the college financial aid system.
Millions of low-and moderate-income workers qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), but many miss out on this benefit either because they don’t claim it when filing or don’t file a tax return at all. The IRS has an interactive EITC Assistant help taxpayers claim this benefit.
You probably know that IRA withdrawals are “taxable”, but do you know all the implications. Here’s what you need to know when filling out your 2013 tax return.
This video from Yahoo!Finance compares the safety of credit cards versus debit cards. What’s in your wallet?
This three-step exercise from MarketWatch’s RetireMentors will help prepare you for making a well thought out decision on when to retire.