You can stay out of tax hell by keeping timely records, reporting all of your income and accurately detailing your big deductions.
Many small businesses are anxiously waiting to see how Trump will act on federal regulations.
Tax filers remain responsible for paying a penalty if they fail to have health insurance coverage or an exemption from that mandate.
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Are you ready? You have until April 18 to file your income tax return, or Oct. 16 if you file an extension.
At the Senate Finance Committee hearing for his confirmation to be secretary of the Treasury Department, Steven Mnuchin answers questions about tax loopholes.
At the Senate Finance Committee hearing for his confirmation to be secretary of the Treasury Department, Steven Mnuchin answers questions about his recommendations on taxes and reform.
Taking a few simple steps now, from finding professional help to gathering paperwork, can save a lot of headaches come tax-filing season.
You'll need these important documents before you give the IRS your 1040.
More than 70% of taxpayers will receive a refund in 2017, according to USA Today.
It's not too late! There is still time to make a few tried-and-true financial moves to lower your tax bill before ringing in 2017.
There are a growing number of federal and state tax-prep services and free e-filing available.
Families of college-bound students could improve their chances at financial aid by cutting their tax bill this year.
The IRS must hold tax refunds until Feb. 15 for Americans who claim two popular tax credits, USA Today reports.
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Trump could face a decision that affects whether his tax returns will be audited throughout his four-year term of office, USA Today reports.
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