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  • Estimated Tax Payments, Continued

    Yesterday we talked about estimated tax payments, what they are and who should pay.  Today we are going to go over how to calculate…

    By OYW - Administrator on April 17, 2015
  • Estimated Tax Payments

    You’ve been told that you need to make estimated tax payments.  What is that?  If you’re self-employed or have dividend and interest income, you…

    By OYW - Administrator on April 16, 2015
  • You’ve been told that you need to make estimated tax payments.  What is that?  If you’re self-employed or have dividend and interest income, you…

    By Kimberly Cahill on
  • You’ve been told that you need to make estimated tax payments.  What is that?  If you’re self-employed or have dividend and interest income, you…

    By Kimberly Cahill on
  • Least Tax-Burdened Countries

    Have you ever thought what countries are the most tax-burdened?

    According to KPMG, who conducted a major study a couple of years ago on the…

    By Kimberly Cahill on April 14, 2015

Recent Articles & Videos

  • Tax Day 2015!

    Today is Tax Day!  A couple of last minute tax tips from Turbo Tax:

    Defer your income

    Income is taxed in…

    Articles | By OYW - Administrator on April 15, 2015
  • “I Can’t Pay My Tax Bill”

    You owe tax this year…..and you can’t pay the bill!

    The good news: There are options other than pawning everything…

    Articles | By OYW - Administrator on April 13, 2015
  • The IRS Can Take My Refund?

    So it may come as an unhappy surprise to learn that the IRS may legally keep some or all…

    Articles | By OYW - Administrator on April 8, 2015
  • You Did “What” at Work?

    Between smart phones and the Internet, it has never been easier to mess around at work. But your value to…

    Articles | By Kimberly Cahill on April 6, 2015
  • What’s Up With Consumer Spending?

    There’s a dilemma occurring in our nation’s economy.  As we discuss regularly, saving more is great for the long-term,…

    Articles | By Kimberly Cahill on April 1, 2015