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Beginning March 1, 2013, retirees receiving Social Security payments and other beneficiaries of federal benefit plans are required to begin receiving payments electronically. That means they will have to receive their benefits via direct deposit to a bank or credit union account or on a debit card. This article explains the new requirement, along with ten facts about Social Security that you might not know.
A. It depends on your income.
Here are some of the basic provisions of the American Taxpayer Relief Act, which was agreed to by Congress on January 1, 2013:
Benjamin Franklin famously said, "In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." But right now, nothing seems more uncertain than taxes, especially when it comes to the estate and gift tax rules for 2013. The IRS recently announced the annual gift tax exclusion amount is going up for 2013. However, things are clear for this year, so if you are inclined at year end, you can make gifts to loved ones to reduce your estate. Here are the basics.
Welcome to the Microsoft Dynamics GP Statement of Direction. This document will provide insight into our Microsoft Dynamics GP development plans through the year 2016. Whether you are a new or existing customer or partner, this information will help you plan and get the most from your investments. To view the complete guide, click here.
Is this your situation: Your cash flow is not sufficient to pay your bills. Even if you are profitable, you don't have enough cash. Pretty soon, you won't be able to borrow any more money or you'll have to put more personal capital into the company. If so, continue reading.
Do you want to take some cash from your traditional IRA and perhaps buy a house, or a car, or pay off some bills? Beware of potentially negative tax implications! Continue reading to find out what you need to know to avoid getting hammered in taxes.
Surveys repeatedly show that many Americans are not saving enough for retirement. Not only are they risking a financially-insecure future, they are overpaying on their taxes. Don't let this happen to you.