The IRS is piling unopened business tax refund requests into storage trailers and advising companies to file by fax instead. It’s stopped answering phone calls on taxpayer assistance lines. And it’s not processing millions of paper tax returns filed by individual Americans.
Americans on Social Security now have to file a ‘simple’ tax return to receive a stimulus check. Most high school seniors and college students won’t get any money at all.
If you’ve filed and are awaiting a refund, you’re running to the mailbox or checking your online bank account every day (for those choosing direct deposit).
Freelancers and independent contractors have more issues during tax season than traditional employees. Here’s what you need to know.
Should you be worried about what the new tax law—a.k.a. the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—means for your 2018 refund?
The Internal Revenue Service plans to process tax returns and issue refunds on schedule, whether the government is fully funded or not.
Tax refunds will not be affected by the partial government shutdown, a top Trump administration official claimed in a briefing with reporters Monday. The IRS confirmed later in the day it will begin to process tax returns for refunds on Jan. 28.
The Internal Revenue Service plans to pay tax refunds in the coming weeks, administration officials say, after the White House decided Monday that it was legally permissible to process tax returns during a government shutdown.
The Internal Revenue Service is operating on a skeleton crew, down to just an eighth of its workforce, during what’s typically the major ramp-up before tax season. Here’s how that could put your tax return timeline into limbo.
Every year, people mess up their names, Social Security numbers, and more. Don't let these silly mistakes cost you money.
such as moving, getting married or a losing your job — can have huge implications for your tax return.
What are you going to do with your tax refund? Here are 4 really smart things to do.
If you accrued any student loan debt in 2016, here’s everything you’ll need to know when filing your tax returns this year.
Each spring, Americans are collectively aggravated by filing taxes. Your employers and financial institutions also send them to the IRS, which compares those forms to the numbers you or your accountant puts in the little boxes.
Though in most cases filing jointly will save you more money, there are circumstances where filing separately makes more sense.
For many Americans, the tax refund is an essential part of their financial lives, and there are good reasons to continue getting a refund.
The U.S. government’s attempts to prevent tax fraud will force millions of low-income households to wait weeks longer than usual next year to get tax refunds they depend on.
IRS is trying to stop tax refund fraud, but there is also the risk from within the IRS, as a new Inspector General report reveals.
Here's what you need to know about U.S. taxes if you live abroad.
The IRA charitable rollover can help donors and charities of all sizes.