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
H&R Block Tax Review 2023
H&R Block's e-filing products are intuitive and easy to use, and the free version offers filers a robust selection of forms.
TurboTax Review 2023
TurboTax is one of the more expensive online filing products, but its ease of use and human help options are noteworthy.
2022-2023 Tax Brackets and Federal Income Tax Rates
There are seven federal income tax brackets. Your tax rate is determined by your income and tax filing status.
2023 Tax Changes: IRS Issues Inflation Adjustments
Here's a rundown of changes to limits and thresholds on some well-known tax provisions for the 2023 tax year.
Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC): What It Is, How to Qualify in 2022-2023
In general, the less you earn, the larger the credit. Families with children often qualify for the largest credits.
What Tax Credits Can I Qualify For This Year? A Guide
Tax credits can come in handy when tax-filing season rolls around. Here are a few common ones for people raising kids, saving for retirement, or paying for college.
Tax Breaks for Parents of Children With Functional Needs
The medical expense deduction, 529A accounts and the child and dependent care tax credit could lower your tax bill.
What Is a W-4 Form? How to Fill Out an Employee’s Withholding Certificate
Form W-4 tells your employer how much tax to withhold from each paycheck. Here's how to make it work for you.
Gift Tax: How It Works, Who Pays, Rates and Exclusions
Two things keep the IRS out of most people's hair: the annual gift tax exclusion and the lifetime exclusion.
Dividend Tax Rate 2022-2023: Find Out What You’ll Owe
It depends on the type of dividend, your filing status and your taxable income.
Child Tax Credit: What It Is, Requirements & How to Claim
Taxpayers may be eligible for a credit of up to $2,000 — and $1,500 of that may be refundable.
Estimated Quarterly Tax Payments: How They Work, When to Pay in 2023
Learn how and when to pay estimated taxes — plus find out whether you need to worry about them in the first place.
Tax Extensions 2023: How and When to Get One
File IRS Form 4868 — but remember that getting an extension doesn't give you more time to actually pay your taxes.
When Are Taxes Due? Tax Day and Other 2023 Tax Deadlines
Tax day, the deadline to file and pay taxes, is April 18, 2023. There are other tax deadlines, too.