States with no income tax
No one likes paying taxes. Could it be cheaper to live in a state with no income tax?
Trusts And Estates
Don’t miss out on educator deductions
Teachers and other educators can take advantage of a $250 above-the-line tax deduction for certain unreimbursed costs.
Scholarships, Fellowships and Grants
As the price of college tuition is ever increasing, scholarships and grants are a great way to keep the cost down. It is important, however, to know whether the funds are tax-free or taxable.
IRS standard mileage rate for 2020
The IRS has set the 2020 standard mileage deduction rate for travel related to business, medical, moving and charitable purposes.
Quick Lesson about Required Minimum Distributions
What you need to know about taking Required Minimum Distributions from retirement accounts.
IRS Debuts New Form 1040-SR for Seniors
The IRS is introducing a new Form 1040 form designed specifically for seniors: Form 1040-SR.
New York State increases small estate threshold to $50,000
Estates of New York decedents with probate estates of $50,000 or less can be administered under a simplified proceeding.
Avoid email phishing scams
How to recognize and avoid email phishing scams.