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    How do I report extra income for my side hustle?

    The gig economy is officially in full swing. Even if you have a full-time job, it’s increasingly common to also have a freelance source of income on the side. Any income you receive needs to be reported to the IRS, but with gig work, reporting can sometimes become a...

    3 tips to avoiding tax refund delays

    Some of us procrastinate on filing our taxes until the last minute, while others file as early as possible in order to expedite their refund. If you fall into the latter category, you may want to ensure you have all of your ducks in a row to avoid unnecessary delays...

    4 key tax benefits for divorcees

    Going through a divorce is a challenging time. Figuring out how this life change will affect your taxes can be more challenging still. While your divorce was likely not a happy occasion in your life, there can be some advantages of your new tax filing status. Here are...

    Could your social media posts trigger a tax audit?

    For most of us, social media has become part of our daily lives. We live publicly – broadcasting to our friends and family every achievement or exciting piece of news in our lives. It has become so commonplace, that many of us don’t give a second thought to how public...

    How long do I need to keep my tax records?

    Every year, you gather together all of your financial documents to file your taxes. Then you probably store them away in a box for filing cabinet – or digitally on your computer. This process goes on for years. Pretty soon, you have an entire archive of your financial...

    Does owing back taxes affect my credit score?

    Sometimes, a change in life circumstances can affect your tax bill more than you realize. One of the most common examples of this is making the transition from being an employee of a company to becoming a self-employed person. Being your own boss requires you to take...

    When the IRS calls: How to recognize a phone scam

    As we discussed in a recent post, IRS phone scams are becoming an increasingly common way to target vulnerable individuals. Scammers, pretending to be from the IRS, may try to contact you by phone, claiming you owe a certain sum – and requesting your information to...

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