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.
Did you miss Tax Day this year? If so, you need to act now. Here's what you need to do.
Amended tax returns are more likely to be audit bait than original returns, so think carefully whether you should amend and when and how to do it.
Millions of taxpayers face a midnight deadline to file their tax returns, while millions of others will ask for more time —a six-month extension. The filing deadline on Monday was delayed three days beyond the traditional April 15 deadline because Friday was a legal holiday in the District of Columbia.
It's just about time to pay up, and though you may not be happy about it, you have more ways than ever to do it.
Prosecutors and IRS are cooperating in warning tax filers to be careful, or else.
As the tax clock counts down, people may hope to delay the inevitable by filing for an extension. But an extension may not get you as much breathing room as you might like. Here’s why.
For those people who are still toiling away on their taxes, you can rest a little easier because you've got a few extra days before you really have to sweat.
Tax Day falls three days later than usual this year, on April 18. Some families may need that extra time. Experts say changing family demographics are making filing taxes more complicated.
Before you hit "submit," make sure you're not forgetting these key tax breaks.