As seen here, the expectation is people may be wary about the whole credit card switch thing from magnetized strip to tiny computer chip (especially with credit card fraud always being a problem) despite these three reasons why we shouldn’t be scared. We’re protective over our plastic! However, fear not: this isn’t a change that’s […]
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Professionals in the workplace see a great benefit, particularly when involving taxes, and if you’re strategic about it, you can come out on top. The benefit, of course, I’m talking about is the “FSA,” or flexible spending account typically used for out-of-pocket medical costs.
You might’ve read something about the IRS wanting to regulate certain tax preparers, and if that’s the case, you’re most likely wondering why. It can’t be that hard, this thing called ‘taxes.’ They’re just numbers! I dare you to try it. Try it. Try looking at all your figures, your annual income, and figure out this thing called ‘tax brackets,’ breaks and all that other lingo and jargon many certified public accountants would know (but not you).
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I might be preaching to the choir on this one, but hear me out: you’re not reading fluff about pop topics and relevant issues to connect with the real story at hand (which obviously is the coming tax return for 2015 you’re going to file), and you’re definitely smart enough to not fall for such an SEO blog tactic as this, because I’m doing no such thing.
Trust me: I have something for you here about tax deductions and tax returns you don’t know about regarding charitable gifts. So listen up. This will get interesting (and turn to page 57 for our hymnal today this Sunday).
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