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Eighteen percent of Americans come to regret how they spend their tax refund each year. CNBC weighs in on how best to divvy it up.
Expats considering giving up U.S. citizenship to avoid double taxation should be aware of the potential tax costs of such a move.
Most Americans don't have a will, but drawing one up is vital to avoid intestacy, ensure your legacy and protect minor children.
Don't get too excited about the big Powerball jackpot. Taxes take a bigger bite out of winnings than you'd expect.
Trying to budget your wealth to get through retirement? A financial plan before and in retirement is an important tool for all investors.
Studies find age and credit score good indicators as to how taxpayers view annual tax refunds, as well as how wisely they'll spend them.
Prince did not have a will when he died, his sister said, and that plus a lack of estate planning could cost his heirs plenty.
When you feel like your finances are in a complete mess, it can be hard to stash away some extra cash. CNBC's Sharon Epperson explains how to get ahead in your savings.
So what day each year do you technically stop paying taxes? Well that varies from country to country. CNBC's Phil Han finds out why some are cheering their tax freedom!
Now that tax year 2015 has wrapped, it's a great time for consumers to take steps to cut what they'll owe next April.
The IRS expects more than 5 million returns to come in Monday. If you procrastinated, experts say you shouldn't rush to finish your return.
With tax season winding down, it's time to test your knowledge of the tax code.
When you factor in what you pay in state and local taxes, a lot depends on where you live.
You still have time to take these eleventh-hour small-business tax deductions, which could save you thousands of dollars.
Election year cries for simplifying the tax code are putting more pressure on the $20 billion consumer tax prep industry.
Filing a last-minute 2015 tax return? Here are 10 tax credits to claim, covering child care, education and health expenses and more.