How to Cheat on Your Income Taxes – Legally

The day taxes are due (April 17th) is fast approaching, and tension is in the air. No one likes sending more money to Washington than they absolutely have to. Even though most of us pay our taxes on time and in full, few of us don’t always consider how we could bring down our tax […]

Dayton Real Estate Tax Deductions You're Losing

There are 2 important Dayton real estate tax deductions you won’t be able to claim in 2012. Congress was so busy bickering at the end of 2011 that it allowed two important tax breaks for home owners to expire. Dayton Real Estate Deductions We Lose in 2012 1. You can no longer deduct the cost […]

Taxes: How to Protect Your Identity

Tax time is also scam time. There are some things you need to do when filing your taxes to protect your identity, and protect yourself from being scammed… If you think you’ve become a victim of identity theft or fraud, act immediately to minimize the damage to your personal funds and financial accounts, as well […]

3 Common Home Tax Concerns

From incentives to deductions, taxes are complicated and can be confusing even for the seasoned property owner. Understanding the ins and outs of some common property tax concerns can help save you money and put your mind at ease. Here are 3 very common tax topics relating to real estate: 1. Natural Disaster Relief If […]

Time to Start Thinking Taxes

Even though tax day is still more than 2 months away, it’s never too early to start gettin yourself organized and ready to file, so you’re not one of the millions of procrastinators who wait til the last minute to file, or have to file an extension because you just weren’t ready. This is one […]