- Tax Deductions for Rental Property Owners
Use this tax preparation checklist if you have rental property. As a landlord, you can reduce your taxable rental income by the following expenses if the rental is not your primary residence for more than 2
weeks of the year.
- Building Good Credit
It is important to start building good credit as early as 19-years-old. A credit score can influence loan interest rates, car insurance payment amount, and whether you will be hired for a new job or rent an
apartment. Here are some things you can do to help establish good credit and improve your credit score.
- Tax Documents Needed for Homeowners
If you are a homeowner, this is a list of the tax documents and expenses you will need for preparing your tax return.
- Tax Documents Needed for Families With Children
If you support a child in your home, this is the information you will need and documents you will want to have available in order to complete your tax return.
- Tax Information for Students
This checklist is helpful to those who are currently enrolled in college, or would like to know how obtaining higher education could help reduce their federal taxes and/or provide a credit from the IRS. If you
are attending and accredited college and seeking a degree, this is the tax information you will need when filing your tax return.
- Save Money in College
Here are some interesting ways you can save money if you are preparing for college.
- Tax Deductions for Contractors and Self-employed Business Owners
These expenses can reduce taxable income and self-employment tax for contractors and those who own a business.
- FAFSA Pell Grant, Scholarships, and Student Loan Advice
This is great advice about how to get the most college grant money possible when completing the FAFSA. This checklist also includes helpful tax information related to grants, scholarships, and student college