The student loan interest deduction sounds good, but it's hardly hitting the jackpot for the most heavily indebted.
Hundreds of U.S. companies pay far less than the top corporate tax rate. Here are the industries that pay the least.
"You can't go from 35 to 15 [percent] and still allow deductions. It's just algebra," a senior official tells CNBC.
"We want to move as fast as we can," Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says of the Trump tax plan.
RBC’s chief U.S. market strategist Jonathan Golub says earnings and a better economy are fueling the rally on Wall Street.
If you've already filed for 2016, here's how to get in gear and cut taxes for next year.
Don’t let these excuses be the reason you don’t use a 529 plan when it comes to college savings.
Resist the temptation to rush through your return now that we're in April. Here's how to make the best use of your time.
Judd Gregg, former New Hampshire senator and governor, discusses the push for tax reform following the failure of the House to pass health-care legislation.
This is the key paperwork you'll need to learn more about how someone is making their money.
The corporate interest deduction raises more revenue for the federal government than a border adjustment tax would.
If you haven't turned in your tax return, here are some last-minute ways to save.
Trump's ambitions to implement "historic" tax reforms are too ambitious to be achieved in the short term; Global Chairman of PwC.
Trump's plan would cut the statutory rate to 15 percent, but many companies are already paying far less.
Before you blow that check at the mall, you should find out why getting lots of money back from Uncle Sam isn't always a good thing.
Trump's policy pillars are infrastructure investment and tax and regulatory reform, the most influential factors for the near term.
Investors have been over-confident to the point of complacency in the aftermath of Donald Trump's surprise election victory; analyst.
Donald Trump's assertion that tax returns are uninformative got the attention of financial advisors of all political stripes.
CNBC's Kelli Grant takes a look at how investors can cut their tax bills before the new year.
You can get your taxes done at no cost. See if you qualify.