Posts Tagged ‘taxes’

Starting your own business can be an exciting, yet costly venture—at least in the beginning, before you begin generating revenue. Here are some ways you can cut down on some of your startup expenses: Consider a home-based business Depending on the type of business you plan on starting, you might want to consider a business […]

When a taxpayer hasn’t paid his or her tax debt, then the government will often put a tax lien on some or all of the individual’s property. Depending on the specific situation, this can happen on the federal level, local level, or the state level. Tax liens and your credit Aside from potential legal implications […]

Have you always wondered about the costs that make up a mortgage payment? This article helps break down the average monthly mortgage payment; this information can be helpful in determining how much house you can afford or how much of a down payment you should try to come up with. Principal Part of your mortgage […]

Whether you’re relocating to a new state or you’re curious about whether a neighboring state may be better for a large purchase due to lower taxes, it can be beneficial to know which states have some of the lowest general sales tax rates, or even no sales tax at all. As of 2013, the following […]

Whether you’re moving to a new state or you’re wondering if moving to a nearby state may help you to avoid paying higher taxes on purchases, it can be helpful to know which states have some of the highest general sales tax rates in the country. As of 2013, the following are the top 10 […]

Having a new baby can be such a joyous occasion. Although there are added expenses to consider whenever there is a new addition to the family, there are different ways to save money and cut down on expenses. Take advantage of free samples Free samples of formula, diapers, and other baby items are available if […]

  Doing taxes can be a daunting and stressful task, and many people dread this annual chore. As such, many people end up putting off anything to do with their taxes until the last possible minute. But even if the next tax season is months away, it is never too soon to begin preparing. Some […]