The new Federal Student Loan Debt Relief Program that the President put into place by Executive Order in August 2022 is now open to accept applications.  To apply visit: You do not need a log-in or to provide

What To Know When Donating Stock It is common for people to make charitable donations in the form of cash, check or credit card, but have you considered donating stocks?  There are a few rules to be aware of

The Advance Child Tax Credits

This past summer, the IRS began sending out monthly advance payments for half the total of the newly expanded Child Tax Credit.  The other half of the Credit will be claimed on your 2021 income tax return. The full

Is My RV or Boat Tax Deductible?

I just returned from a family road trip, during which we saw countless trailers, RV’s and boats which gave me the idea for this blog.  Can you deduct expenses for your trailer, RV or boat? If you own a

NYS Unclaimed Property

The Covid-19 pandemic has hit states’ budgets hard and New York may be looking to increase compliance with a lesser-known law concerning unclaimed or abandoned property to close that gap. Simply put, the law requires unclaimed property to be