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Is Your Retirement Income Taxable?

It is important to plan for retirement. Many people save additional funds outside of their pension or Social Security for retirement — often using 401(k)s, Traditional IRAs, or Roth IRAs. However, most people forget to calculate for taxes that… Read More

Are My Social Security Benefits Taxable?

Around this time of year, many people find themselves asking if their Social Security benefits are taxable? For most Americans, Social Security benefits, including Social Security Disability Income and Social Security Supplemental Income (SSI), are n… Read More

Estimated Tax Payments: Do You Owe Quarterly Payments to the IRS or Ohio Department of Taxation?

If you are self-employed, a business owner, or earn other types of income not subject to withholding, you need to complete an estimated tax return and make quarterly payments to the United States Treasury (IRS) and Ohio Department of Taxation. Someti… Read More

Retirees: Avoid an Unexpected Tax Bill on Your Retirement Income

Many retirees are surprised to learn that part of their Social Security benefits may be taxable. After paying Social Security taxes for a decade or longer, most people do not realize that they may owe state and federal income taxes on their Social Se… Read More

Benefits of Tax Planning

Tax planning is essential to lowering your tax bill. Meeting with a tax professional and reviewing your tax status before the end of the year allows you to develop tax strategies to take advantage of tax saving measures, before it’s too late. Altho… Read More

​Do You Need to File a Tax Return if You are Under 18?

You just started working your first job. Now, it is tax time. Do you need to file your taxes? It seems a lot of work because you did not make that much money. A surprise to many people, the IRS does not consider age as a factor regarding whether yo… Read More

​Hobby Income: Is It Taxable?

All hobby income is taxable. Simply stated, if you make money from a hobby or business, you are required to report it to the IRS. To determine how to appropriately report and classify your income, you must first determine if the IRS considers your ho… Read More

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