Student loan defaults can destroy your credit and haunt you for the rest of your life. Here's how to prevent that long-lasting mistake.
You may be able to defer required withdrawals from your IRAs until next year when Congress could lower rates. Here's what you should know.
Companies shifting their profits overseas are making official statistics less reliable, according to a study.
President Donald Trump has "no intention" of releasing his tax returns, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said on Wednesday.
Here's what services are "essential" and would continue if the government fails to pass a new spending bill by Friday, USA Today reports.
CNBC's Robert Frank takes a look at the odds of being audited according to income.
If you want to avoid a tax audit this year, here's the best piece of advice: don't make millions.
How — and why — undocumented immigrants pay their taxes, Vox reports.
Here's how the government collects unpaid taxes, why they are concerning consumer groups, and how to spot a scam, NBC News reports.
Your tax refund could make a big dent on credit card debt. Here's how to pick the right payoff strategy.
If you didn't file a tax return in 2013, the clock is ticking to grab your share of unclaimed money.
More than a third of taxpayers still need to file. If you're among them, here's how to maximize deductions and avoid errors.
Saving more than the annual limit in a 401(k) seems like a nice problem to have, but it can be an expensive misstep.
The average tax refund is nearly $3,000, which could help make a dent in those credit-card bills. How to maximize that.
Retirees subject to required withdrawals may not have time to meet Saturday's deadline. But escaping the hefty tax penalty isn't difficult.
In the last-minute scramble to file taxes, don't overlook free tax-prep options for those that qualify.
"The IRS does a pretty good job of going after people that really have done nothing wrong," Rep. Roger Williams says.
Tim is running out for first-timers to take their required minimum distributions.
"At any point, what little money I had in my bank account could be garnished by the IRS," says the author.
Retirees taking a required minimum distribution for the first time often procrastinate. Missing out carries a big penalty.