Month: February 2016

Is holiday debt weighing you down?

Picture this: December rolls around and credit cards emerge from your wallet. In a binge of holiday spending, you splurge on expensive gifts for your kids, grandparents, aunts, and uncles. You figure you’ll pay the charges off in January. But…

Will the IRS be calling you?

Expect to hear from the IRS again about phone calls regarding tax debts. What will differentiate this announcement from those made in the past? This time the IRS may say that some calls can be legitimate. Under a law that…

Administrative requirements eased for ABLE accounts

Are you ready to establish an Achieve a Better Life Experience (ABLE) account? If so, a recent IRS notice can help ease the administrative requirements. Here’s what you need to know. ABLE accounts were created by the Tax Increase Prevention…