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The Problem With 401(k) Catch-Up Contributions for 2024
Retirement Plans New rules governing certain Roth 401(k) catch-up contributions caused confusion and raised concern.
When Are Estimated Tax Payments Due in 2023?
Tax Deadlines You make estimated tax payments to the IRS if you are self-employed or don’t have taxes withheld from your income for other reasons.
States Sending 'Stimulus' Checks in 2023
Rebate Checks Some people are receiving one-time state rebate checks in 2023. Is your state sending money soon?
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedRebate Checks
Powerball Jackpot Winner Will Get a Hefty Tax Bill
Lottery Taxes Whenever someone wins Powerball, the federal government gets a chunk of the prize from taxes.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedLottery Taxes
W-4 Form: Extra Withholding, Exemptions, and Other Things Workers Need to Know
Tax forms Knowing how the IRS Form W-4 form works can help with new jobs, tax refunds, and avoiding estimated tax payments.
By Rocky Mengle Last updatedTax forms
Best States for Middle-Class Families Who Hate Paying Taxes
State Taxes Here are the best states for middle-class families with "middle incomes" (due to low tax burdens).
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedState Taxes
10 States With the Highest Gas Taxes
State Tax Skip the fill-up in these states with the highest gas taxes to save money on your next road trip. Sometimes, crossing state lines is all it takes to spend less.
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedState Tax
The Extra Standard Deduction for People Age 65 and Older
Tax Deductions The extra standard deduction can help older adults reduce their taxable income.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedTax Deductions
Alabama Tax Rebate Checks Are Now Being Sent
State Tax Rebates Alabama tax rebate checks are on the way. Here's who will receive one and when to check your bank account.
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedState Tax Rebates
Tax Plans of the 2024 Presidential Candidates
Tax Letter Joy Taylor reviews the tax plans of the 2024 election candidates. With a raft of tax provisions due to expire in 2025, the tax stakes couldn't be higher.
By Joy Taylor PublishedTax Letter
Year-End Tax Planning for a Financially Healthier Retirement
Getting your tax ducks in a row for the end of the year can decrease your tax liability and make the most of your income, now and in retirement.
By Ryan Marston, Investment Adviser Representative Published