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How Do S Corporations Work?

Particularly for certain smaller businesses, the S corporation can be a much more beneficial entity than the traditional C corporations, but there are strict rules. Click through for an introduction to the advantages and drawbacks.

IRS Makes Rare Midyear Mileage Rate Adjustment

The IRS typically adjusts the cents-per-mile rate each year, but has made a change effective July 1 due to quickly rising fuel prices. Click through to find out what exactly is changing, and by how much.

Tax Breaks for Older Couples Who Sell Their Homes

Homes often appreciate, especially when you’ve been living in them a long time. This is good but can create tax problems. Click through for tips on the tax situations impacting homes, to make sure you manage your home sale situation correctly.

Should You Add Your Children to Your Deed and Bank Accounts?

It would seem that an easy way to avoid probate and enable your children to assist you as you age is to add them to your bank accounts and home’s deed. But that technique can be perilous. Click through to find out why other methods are usually better.

What’s the Deal with Health Savings Accounts?

You can use practical and flexible HSAs for medical deductibles, copayments — and even long-term savings. Click through to learn about these special insurance plans and how they can help you.

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