Worried about an IRS audit? Do these things, and you’re less likely to have your return flagged for one. The IRS audits less than 1% of tax returns, so your chances of having yours further examined are pretty low to begin with. But if you want to further minimize your chances of getting audited, here are…

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self employed

In 2019, more than 16 million American workers were self-employed. This year, the coronavirus pandemic has forced even more Americans to become their own bosses. Although there are positives to building your own business, juggling the responsibilities that come with it can make it difficult to plan for retirement. There are many reasons retirement plans are often pushed…

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money rain

To max out your 401(k) in 2020 or 2021, you’d need to contribute $19,500. If you’re 50 or older, you’re allowed to make a $6,500 catch-up contribution, so $25,000 is your maximum. Let’s face it: $19,500 a year is a lot of money, particularly if you’re just starting your career. But if you can contribute…

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money plant

Saving for retirement is a great way to lower your taxes and build a sizable nest egg. Use these tax tips to boost your retirement savings. Would you walk away from money? If you’re among the 51 million Americans who participate in a company’s 401(k) plan, you can contribute up to $19,500 in 2020. And…

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