So, you’ve got your W-2s and you are ready to file your taxes. You fill out all of your info, import your documents, and check out your refund. This is where the disappointment usually sets in. Refunds are never what we hope them to be, but to maximize them is simple math. Your refund is […]
Once again, the Internal Revenue Service has tacked on another $500 to its 401(k) contribution limit for 2018 — that’s one of the highlights of the IRS’ newly unveiled schedule of tax rates, deductions, credits and exemptions for that year.