I sat down with Paul Ciminelli and discussed some of what I did during the time of my deployment to Afghanistan, year-end tax planning, and common mistakes people on their personal income taxes. Press the play button below to listen in. http://archives.warpradio.com/wysl/files/Valor/20151230.mp3
Listen to the Podcast here: Off The Grid News, December 28, 2015 Article originally published at Off The Grid News. The average American family this year spent nearly $900 on Christmas gifts, an incredible statistic when we consider that adults in some countries make less than that in an entire year. In Haiti, for example, the average yearly income is about $400 – less than half of what the average U.S. family spends on merely toys and other gifts in[…]
Tax season is here, and your 2014 tax return is due in about six weeks. Local CPA David Young says the biggest change people need to be aware of this year is the requirement for proof of health insurance coverage due to the Affordable Care Act. If you did not have health insurance coverage in 2014, you could face a penalty amounting to one percent of your adjusted gross income. Young says one common mistake he sees is taxpayers using[…]
Read the full article here: 10 Days to Total Financial Fitness, Money Magazine, March 2015 What’s my day-to-day routine? The very first thing Rochester, N.Y., CPA David Young does with his clients is go over their spending. Budgeting apps, he notes, “make the invisible credit card charges visible.” As important as the “how much” is the “on what,” says Fred Taylor, president of Northstar Investment Advisors in Denver. Divide your expenses into the essential costs of living, investments in your[…]
Quoted from the article: “Like every year, there are changes to be aware of as you prepare your tax return for 2013. Rochester area CPA David Young has advice for those who signed up for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act that will impact, and those who take annual deductions for a home office.” Click HERE to hear the interview.