Sabrina Parys is a content management specialist on the taxes and investing team at NerdWallet, where she manages and writes content on personal income taxes. Her previous experience includes five years as a copy editor and associate editor in academic and educational publishing. 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
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Back Taxes: How to File Past-Due Tax Returns
Unpaid taxes from the current year or previous years are referred to as back taxes. Filing and paying off a past-due return can help you to get current with the IRS.
Colorado State Income Tax: Rates and Who Pays in 2022-2023
You don't necessarily have to live in Colorado to pay Colorado state tax.
6 LGBTQ+ Financial Influencers to Follow in 2023
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Illinois State Income Tax: Rates and Who Pays in 2023
Illinois income taxes are calculated differently than in other states.
Ohio State Tax: Rates and Who Pays in 2022-2023
If you earn income in Ohio, here’s what you need to know about filing your Ohio state income tax return.
Are GoFundMe Donations Taxable? Tax Tips for Crowdfunding
If you set up a GoFundMe or another crowdfunded campaign in 2022, the money you earned could be considered a nontaxable gift — if you were mindful of the rules.
Don’t Miss These 3 Tax Credits When You File This Year
Credits are a more powerful tax-saving tool than deductions, and common programs, such as the earned income tax credit, can save you thousands.
As March Madness Looms, So Do Sports Betting Taxes
Keeping good records can go a long way in managing your gambling taxes.
Child and Dependent Care Credit: Definition, Who Qualifies
If you’ve paid expenses for day care, preschool or another form of caregiving, there’s a tax break you may want to know about.
5 Tax Moves to Consider Before Year-End
Careful tax planning can mean fewer surprises when it comes time to file. Here are a few tips to consider before the year winds down.
Higher Inflation Could Mean Smaller Tax Bills for Some
Each year, the IRS makes some adjustments to certain tax provisions. Higher-than-usual inflation means that some taxpayers may see a smaller bill.
7 Best-Performing Tech Stocks for June 2023
The best tech stocks based on one-year performance include Cadence Design Systems and Synopsys.
Electric Vehicle Tax Credit: Rules and Qualifications for Clean Vehicle Purchases
The electric vehicle tax credit has been expanded and modified. Here are the rules, restrictions and how to qualify.
How to Buy Palantir Stock (PLTR)
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