MOUNTAINSIDE — The Internal Revenue Service opened the 2011 tax filing season by announcing that taxpayers have until April 18 to file their tax returns.
To file your 2010 individual tax return, you’ll have to decide which form to use…unless you e-file. This year, choosing which form to file will be even more important since the IRS will no longer be mailing paper tax packages.
MOUNTAINSIDE — It’s that time of the year again, the income tax filing season has begun and important tax documents should be arriving in the mail.
You must file a federal income tax return if your income is above a certain level; which varies depending on your filing status, age and the type of income you receive.
STATE – It’s no secret to drivers. Gas prices are going up. New Jersey joined 30 other states and Washington D.C., overnight, reaching a statewide $3.00 average for the first time since March of 2008 for a gallon of regular serve, according to the AAA Fuel Gauge Report.
You’ll probably hate me for bringing this up, but it’s time to begin planning for your 2011 taxes – or at least, about the tax implications of your retirement account contributions.
LINDEN — The Linden Department of Public Property and Community Services, for 30 years, has provided free tax assistance for city residents earning less than $50,000. Assistance will be offered Feb. 4th through April 8.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A will and a financial plan on file can help anyone of any income provide for his or her family’s future.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In 2011, personal exemptions and standard deductions will rise and tax brackets will widen due to inflation, the Internal Revenue Service announced.
JERSEY CITY — With 2010 drawing to a close and New Year’s Eve right around the corner, consider making a different resolution this year. Since getting out of debt and improving your financial situation is perennially atop the list of most popular New Year’s resolutions, make 2011 the year you finally whip your finances into shape.