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This may be the last time you can take advantage of some important tax credits and deductions that could save you thousands of dollars.
Can you expect an income tax refund? Residents of these states receive bigger-than-average refunds. Is your state among them?
The IRS says federal workers and retirees owed more than $3.5 billion in unpaid taxes last year.
Stop overpaying your taxes by making these common mistakes and not taking these tax credits and deductions.
Half of the households that received Obamacare subsidies will have to pay some of that money back, with an average repayment of nearly $800.
If you plan on hiring someone to do your taxes, here are five questions you need to have answered before you do.
Anecdotal data suggests that many citizens appear to be opting to pay a fine rather than sign up for coverage under Obamacare, a report said.
The IRS announced that some Obamacare customers who received an incorrect form won't have to face amended returns.
From math typos to odd itemized deductions, IRS auditors may have many reasons to be wary of your tax returns, USA Today reports.
Companies have stashed more than $2 trillion in earnings overseas and at least $690 billion outside the U.S., reports USA Today.
A Kaiser poll says nearly half of Americans don't know they now have to declare on their tax returns whether they have health insurance.
Every state has quirks in its tax laws. Watch out for taxes on takeout coffee lids in Colorado, playing cards in Alabama, and more.
Medical marijuana sales growth in Colorado has dipped since recreational pot has been legalized in the state.
Here's why roughly one million taxpayers are leaving billions of dollars in refunds at the table, USA Today reports.
A crackdown by the Obama administration on "tax inversion" deals has actually led to a sharp increase in foreign takeovers. FT reports.
Leaving these valuable credits, deductions and other tax breaks on the table means you're paying too much in taxes.
A rule lets the wealthy managers of private funds pay about half the tax rate they usually would—and it's unlikely to change soon.
The U.S. Federal debt is becoming a big issue once again as the Fed gears up for a rates hike, the Fiscal Times reports.
A third people receiving tax refunds plan to use it to pay debt, while another third look to invest, a new survey reveals. USAToday reports.
Firing government employees is such a lengthy process that most agencies don't get rid of their worst workers. Fiscal Times reports.