Today TaxMama® will be speaking with Bob McCormick on KFWB’s Money 101 program at 9:00 am Pacific time. Bob’s theme this week is “Fight for your right to money.” You can listen live in Southern California at 980-AM or via the Internet if you visit the CBS radio website. Your questions are welcome – just […]
Today TaxMama® wants to talk about getting older. “My mother and I just had such a laugh. One of her friends is over 90 years old and just got her driver’s license renewed for 5 years without restrictions. Well, you don’t have to be 90 years old to start thinking about senior planning…though, these days, […]
Today TaxMama® hears from Saroj in the TaxQuips Forum with a valid concern. “I have been doing taxes for last 20 years or so. I was thinking of taking the EA exam. But I added Financial Advising to the practice (HD Vest) and QuickBooks, also. I am 62 years old; so I don’t know how […]
Today TaxMama® hears from Dave in the TaxQuips Forum with a quickie little question. “If I retire at 62 or 63 with Social Security and IRA distributions (not Roth) what will my tax liabilities be? For example: Monthly: $1700 from social security and $3,000 from IRA for total of $4,700. Do I pay income tax […]
Today TaxMama® hears from Alice in the TaxQuips Forum with a valid question. “On line 39a of the Form 1040, if a box is checked, resulting in a deduction for those over 65 years old, where do we put the amount? And what line is it deducted on from?