The Internal Revenue Service will delay tax refunds for some filers next year. Could you be affected?
Taxpayers who attest to honestly missing the IRS' 60-day limit for tax-free 401(k) and IRA rollovers can now qualify for a waiver.
When you turn 70-and-a-half, you are required to take money out of your tax-deferred retirement accounts or pay a 50 percent tax penalty.
CFTC's new trading rule asks private companies for proprietary information it just doesn't need, says former CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton.
Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson rebuts the premise his candidacy would ensure a Hillary Clinton win by siphoning votes from Donald Trump.
Employers have until June 30 to file documents detailing their offer of health coverage to their workers.
Big tax bills can crimp retirement more than you expect. These moves should help.
Outdated federal IT systems are being used to handle nuclear, taxpayer, prisoner and veterans' functions.
Thinking of buying a business? Here are seven big questions to answer before you make any hasty decisions.
Europe is way ahead of the US when it comes to bitcoin, says former CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton. Obama needs to step up.
Bill Gates told CNBC that investment gains should be taxed at the same level as ordinary income — a bold call for one of the world's largest investors.
Rep. Rick Allen said it's time to stop the IRS from targeting people for audits. It's a violation of the First Amendment.
American officials urged citizens to come forward before they become incriminated by the Panama Papers, reports NBC News.
Election year cries for simplifying the tax code are putting more pressure on the $20 billion consumer tax prep industry.
This tax season cybercriminal gangs are targeting company executives to steal U.S. tax returns.
Most people will just need to check a box on their tax forms indicating if they had health coverage.
Cybercriminals are buying medical records on the dark Web to file fraudulent tax returns.
Doing your taxes is rarely fun. CNBC Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson has five tips that will jump-start the process.
The cyberattacks on taxpayer accounts affected more people than previously reported, the Internal Revenue Service said Friday.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports that the IRS has stated cyber attack on taxpayer accounts last spring was worse than previously reported.