Corporate Jet Use by Super-Wealthy Is Latest IRS Crackdown Push
IRS Stresses It Will Issue More Refunds If Child Tax Credit Bill Passes
Accounting Thought Leaders Gather to Discuss Technology, Practice Trends, and Professional Challenges
$1,741 Is the Average Tax Refund So Far, IRS Says
Employee Pay and Benefits Are Growing But At a Snail’s Pace
Compensation measured by the government’s Employment Cost Index rose by just 0.9% in the last quarter of 2023.
Study: Women Are the CFOs of Half of U.S. Households
The study reveals 49% of women consider themselves to be the CFO of their household and 43% the main breadwinner.
Money is the Biggest Relationship Hurdle for 1 in 4 Couples, Survey Reveals
From daily spending habits to saving for retirement, couples in committed relationships often don’t align on basic financial matters.
Economist Expects Consumer Spending to Continue Growth in 2024, While Labor Markets Cool
What happens with the economy in 2024 could depend largely on the labor market and what the Federal Reserve does with interest rates, National Retail Federation Chief Economist Jack Kleinhenz said today.
Valentine’s Day Retail Spending to Hit Record $14 Billion
Money may not be able to buy you love, but Americans really do like to spend it on their loved ones for Valentine’s Day. Spending on the annual lover's day is expected to reach a record $14.2 billion in 2024
IRS Extends Tax Filing Deadline in 10 Maine Counties Following Severe Storms
Affected taxpayers now have extended tax deadlines of June 17, 2024, to file certain tax returns and make tax payments.
10 Tax Forms Retirees Receive—And What They Mean
Knowing what you’re getting and why is important so you can ensure that you or your tax preparer have what’s needed to file your taxes.
IRS Provides Tax Relief to Rhode Island Storm Victims
Providence County residents and businesses impacted by the storm have until June 17 to meet various tax filing and payment deadlines.