“The best measure of a man’s honesty isn’t his income tax return. It’s the zero adjust on his bathroom scale.” ~ Arthur C. Clark (Photo by Darren Shaw)
Tax deadline day for most of the U.S. is April 16th. For Missouri victims of severe storms in December and January their deadline is a little later. That deadline extension also includes business tax deadlines such as February 1 and May 2 deadlines for quarterly payroll and excise tax returns.
Businesses and individuals trying to recover from flood damage can find resources and information at DisasterAssistance.gov.
Winter is usually the time of year when it’s easiest to kill our houseplants with kindness. Over-watering, keeping our homes too dry and not providing enough light all make things tough for potted plants. Houseplants survive these winter conditions by doing what we wish we could do – they sleep throughout the winter.
Today’s guests are David Trinklein and Jennifer Schutter, both are horticulture specialist for University of Missouri Extension. They have tips for keeping your houseplants is good shape until spring.
Proof of health insurance will be in the form of 1095A, B or C
This year proof of insurance will come in one of three forms: 1095A, B or C. Whether or not you need these forms to file your income taxes depends on where you got your insurance coverage.
Today’s guest is Andrew Zumwalt, assistant professor of financial planning for University of Missouri Extension. He explains the process of proving health care coverage and what you need to file your 2015 taxes.