What are the effects of moving between the 10%, 15%, 25% and 28% marginal tax brackets? The answer, like most questions on tax, is that it depends. Different levels of income and family situations dictate the different level of income taxes paid. There is a difference to be aware of when moving from the 15% [...]Continue Reading →
Maybe itâ€™s because I am in the world of accounting, but any time I put money into an offering, donate to a charity, or give goods to a thrift store, I always make a mental note to keep the receipt. Actually keeping the receipt is an entirely different matter! I make the mental [...]Continue Reading →
The first thing I do when I get home from work is check the mail box. I donâ€™t know, it just seems like the right thing to do. Thereâ€™s usually 3-4 mail pieces in there. In the pile of newly acquired mail, I would peg the average [...]Continue Reading →
Interest payments add up. Car payment, credit card payments, business expenses, mortgage and recurring monthly bills add up, and they can add up quickly. One day you are making payments adding up to $500, and in the blink of an eye you could be staring down the barrel of $5,000 a month. [...]Continue Reading →
A short video blog I recorded yesterday while watching some football. You can see in the video what the new home office looks like as well. It’s is regarding the tax implications of marriage. There were a million reasons I got married; but I have to say, for a bean counter, this [...]Continue Reading →
"Back in college I pitched an idea to my marketing student group that I truly believed in: "Anything of quality can be had at an affordable price." The Tax Relaxer is built on the same simple principal: "Quality Returns, Prepared and Reviewed by a Quality Specialist, for an Affordable Price, PERIOD."
- Kevin McMullen, Founder