A client asked me to re-write an old article that was full of inaccuracies and included a jumble of business and tax deductions, which could be misleading for a small business owner. I rewrote the piece, separating business and personal deductions, correcting inaccuracies, and expanding on sections where appropriate.
In this piece, I shared the results of a Nationwide Retirement Institute study that showed young adults skip necessary medical care to save money, as well as tips for saving on health care costs now and in the future.
Whether filing for the first time, navigating the process as a undocumented immigrant or facing language barriers, filing taxes as an immigrant has an added level of complexity. This resource touches on questions about the general tax filing process as well as specifics to that population.
I was asked to write a pretty straightforward SEO piece for the phrase “how to get a ITIN.” Other resources for this term were not very comprehensive. I was tasked with getting all of the relevant information in one place, while keeping in mind that someone searching for this may not speak English as their first language.
I was asked to write a post for people with errors on their credit report and help them avoid costly credit repair scams.
I wrote this piece for Credit Karma to help Millennial readers understand what Schedule 8812 is and when they might need to file one with their federal income tax return.
Fortunately, there’s a big difference between committing tax evasion and making an honest mistake on your federal income tax return or legally taking steps to reduce your tax bill. If you do your best to file an accurate return on time and pay the full amount you owe, there’s no need to lose sleep over the possibility you tripped up somewhere along the way.
A tax bracket is a range of incomes that the federal government taxes at a particular rate. There are seven tax brackets in the U.S. tax code. The federal income tax system is also progressive, meaning it taxes a larger percentage of income for taxpayers with higher incomes.
The federal income tax system is progressive, meaning the higher your income, the higher the percentage of your income you’ll pay in taxes. Maybe you’ve heard people talk about tax brackets or wondered what tax bracket you fall into — and how your bracket affects the rates at which your income is taxed.