Sabrina Parys is a content management specialist on the taxes and investing team. Her previous experience includes five years as a project manager, copy editor and associate editor in academic and educational publishing. She has written several nonfiction young adult books on topics such as mental health and social justice. She is based in Brooklyn, New York.
- Education: B.A. in English from CUNY Hunter College, M.A. in book publishing from Portland State University
- Previous experience: Associate editor at The Froebe Group, Writer at Rosen Publishing
Sabrina has also nerded out in...
The Associated Press, The Washington Post, Yahoo Finance, The Seattle Times
The latest from Sabrina
IRS Scraps Plan to Use ID.me Selfies for Account Verification
The IRS walks back a directive that would have required taxpayers to submit a video selfie to access their online accounts.
Traded Cryptocurrency in 2021? Here’s How to Approach Taxes
With the tax-filing deadline just a few months away, those who traded cryptocurrency last year should understand their tax liability.
9 States With No Income Tax
Living in a state without income tax might allow you to hold on to more of your hard-earned money, but it won’t necessarily shield you from other taxes or a higher cost of living.
2022-2023 Arizona State Income Tax: Rates, Who Pays
You don’t necessarily have to live in Arizona to pay Arizona state income tax.
Axos Self-Directed Trading Review 2023: Pros, Cons and How It Compares
Axos’ latest offering — its self-directed trading platform — was created with hands-on investors in mind. A basic account requires just a $1 minimum balance and gives investors access to commission-free stocks, transaction-fee-free mutual funds and ETFs.
Virginia State Tax: Rates and Who Pays in 2022-2023
You don’t necessarily have to live in Virginia to pay Virginia state income tax.
What Is Form 1099-NEC for Non-Employee Compensation?
Form 1099-NEC is used for reporting compensation paid to non-employees. Here's what you need to know.
IRS Offer in Compromise: Basics and Who Qualifies
Here's how the hard-to-get IRS offer in compromise works, how to qualify and things to know about the program.
What Is a Fiduciary, and Why Does It Matter?
A financial advisor who's a fiduciary has an ethical duty to make recommendations that are best for you, rather than their own financial benefit.
Jackson Hewitt Tax Resolution Services Review 2022: Pros, Cons and How It Compares
Jackson Hewitt handles many tax issues, and at a competitive price. It just might not be an option in your state.
Optima Tax Relief Review 2022: Pros, Cons and How It Compares
Optima Tax Relief handles many tax issues and is a nationally known brand. But the investigation phase comes at a cost.
Community Tax Review 2022: Pros, Cons and How It Compares
Community Tax provides tax relief services that can help people manage their back taxes. Here's how it stacks up.
Wealth Tax: What It Is and How It Works
Broadly defined, a wealth tax is a tax on the difference between a person's assets and liabilities.
IRS Payment Plan: How Installment Agreements Work
There are different IRS payment plans, and you can get on an installment plan on your own — maybe even for free.