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Past articles by Tina:

The 10 best cities for freelancers who can work from anywhere

These metro areas have pretty affordable rent and vibrant and growing freelancer cultures. → Read More

7 ways small-business owners can save on taxes in 2022

Taxes are complex, and for small-business owners, freelancers and people with side gigs, they’re even more complex — especially now. → Read More

5 ways COVID-19 might affect your tax bill

Staying home for months on end has taken a toll on everyone, but it can also take a toll on your tax return. Here are five unexpected ways the pandemic could affect your taxes — and what tax pros say you can do about it. → Read More

4 signs you’re about to be hit with a big tax surprise

(NerdWallet) – At tax time, it’s often hard to predict how much you’ll owe or receive in a tax refund without actually doing your taxes. But there are some telltale red flags that can mean an unwelcome tax surprise is headed your way, tax pros say. Here’s how to spot the signs — and how […] → Read More

4 Tax Triggers New Investors Need to Know About

Many Americans started investing for the first time during the pandemic, but even though their trades may have been free, the money involved might soon → Read More

What a payroll tax deferral may mean for your paycheck and taxes

Much is still unknown about how the order will be implemented, but experts say to keep a few things in mind before making plans for that extra cash. → Read More

What a Payroll Tax Deferral May Mean for Your Paycheck and Taxes

An executive action President Trump issued Saturday on the deferral of payroll taxes could put more money in your pocket soon. Much is still unknown about → Read More

How to work around delays in major IRS functions

A July 15 deadline is upcoming for Americans. → Read More

How to Work Around Delays in Major IRS Functions

The IRS has dialed back a number of taxpayer services amid the coronavirus outbreak, including cutting staffing for phone lines and leaving much of the → Read More

Coronavirus Stimulus Money: How Much You May Get and When

The CARES Act kicks off a massive economic stimulus effort that, among other things, could put cash directly in your pocket soon. Here's a rundown of how → Read More

Coronavirus Stimulus Checks: Calculate How Much You Might Get

The U.S. Treasury will disburse up to $1,200 per adult based on income and $500 per child under age 17. Here’s a rundown of how much money you might get, how it will arrive and when. → Read More

The IRS' New Tax-Filing Deadline Is July 15. Here's What to Know Now

The U.S. government is extending the tax-filing deadline to July 15, a move meant to give taxpayers extra time to deal with their taxes amid the → Read More

The IRS' New Tax-Filing Deadline Is July 15. Here's What to Know Now

The U.S. is extending the tax-filing deadline to July 15, a move meant to give taxpayers extra time to deal with their taxes amid the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

IRS Tax Payments Are Now Due in July. Here's What It Means for You

The U.S. government is giving millions of individuals an extra 90 days to pay their federal tax bills for 2019, in a move to provide taxpayers some → Read More

Squash These 4 Common Tax-Season Stresses

If tax season is nerve-racking for you, you're not alone. A recent NerdWallet survey found that 26% of people who plan to file a tax return this year → Read More

3 Signs That Itemizing Your Taxes May Be Worth the Headache

For many people, one of tax season's trickiest decisions is whether to take the standard deduction or itemize. Taking the standard deduction may be faster → Read More

Some Rental Owners Could Get an Extra Tax Break This Year

Owning rental properties can be a way to build wealth and generate passive income, and now there might be an extra tax break " if you qualify. Two → Read More

Some Rental Owners Could Get an Extra Tax Break This Year

Owning rental properties can be a way to build wealth and generate passive income, and now there might be an extra tax break " if you qualify. Two → Read More

How the IRS knows if you cheat on your taxes

It's not just W-2s that go to the IRS. → Read More

How the IRS Knows If You Cheat on Your Taxes

Mailboxes are flooded with tax forms every year around this time, and many of them can be confusing, feel unnecessary or involve seemingly trivial amounts → Read More