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How — and why — undocumented immigrants pay their taxes, Vox reports.
It's time to stop procrastinating and turn in your Form 1040. Here's how you can manage and scoop up those deductions.
Your tax refund could make a big dent on credit card debt. Here's how to pick the right payoff strategy.
You could save up to $2,000 a year on income taxes — and repay debts sooner — if you live here.
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For many pro athletes their often-complicated categorizing of various kinds of income can be a major headache come tax time.
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