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Featured News and Resources5 Easy Ways to Spot Suspicious IRS Calls
The IRS has issued a consumer alert providing taxpayers with additional tips to protect themselves from telephone scam artists calling and pretending to be with the IRS.
Financial Fitness for Freshmen
You may be surprised at the high everyday costs of college, including books and supplies, daily living expenses, and travel to and from school.
Financing a Return to College
f you’re considering a return to college to finish a degree or enhance your skills, the NJSCPA offers ideas and tips to help get you on your way.
Medical Coverage While Traveling Overseas
As part of trip preparation, travelers should review the local coverage rules for nonresidents.
Year-End Tax Planning for 2014
We are more than halfway through 2014. So before you start thinking about holiday shopping, consider year-end tax planning and preparation.
Back-to-School Tax Credits
Are you, your spouse or a dependent heading off to college? If so, here’s a quick tip from the IRS: some of the costs you pay for higher education can save you money at tax time.
Ways to Trim Your Back-to-School Budget
Here are some ways to ace your back-to-school budget problems.
Your Midyear Financial Tune Up
Now that the year is half over, it’s a good time to review how you’re doing.
Five Basic Tax Tips for New Businesses
If you start a business, one key to success is to know about your federal tax obligations. You may need to know not only about income taxes but also about payroll taxes.
Summer Weddings Mean Tax Changes
Taxes may not be high on your summer wedding plan checklist. But you should be aware of the tax issues that come along with marriage.
Know What’s at Stake Before Taking Student Loans
With student loan defaults at historic highs, students and their parents need to understand the ramifications of defaulting on a student loan.
Tax Implications of Vacation Home Rentals
If you rent a home to others, you usually must report the rental income on your tax return. But you may not have to report the income if the rental period is short and you also use the property as your home.
Health Insurance Coverage for Children Under 26 Years of Age
Relief is in sight for the graduating high school and college senior in need of health insurance coverage.