About 20% of my income comes in at the beginning of each year from being a business owner. For the past few years, I've been keeping reserves needed to hold me over to the next year in a money market ...
I'm not working and earning a salary yet, as I'm still in college, but I was wondering: where does most of a salary go? As a software engineer, I might earn around $70,000 a year. I find it hard to ...
Cyprus sets a sad precedent in the sense that a government considered taxing up to 10% of private bank savings in order to improve the financial situation of a country. The decision did not pass but ...
When the US government pays you your tax refund, it doesn't include any sort of interest payment for what is essentially a loan to the government. Why doesn't the government pay interest?
My wife and I are newlyweds, and we are fortunate enough to have little debt and respectable incomes - since StackExchange is neither anonymous or private I won't disclose the real numbers, but I can ...
UPDATE 1: I ask this question because I don't understand why there is a large market for tax free savings account, when your savings should already be tax free... ORIGINAL QUESTION: I am in the UK, ...
I converted my IRAs to Roths last year, and with the extension of the tax cuts*, I've decided to split the tax burden over 2011 and 2012, even though I can afford to pay them for 2010. Given that I ...
Given two jobs earning equivalent amounts where one is in the US and another in Canada, where would I take home more money after taxes?