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Married, divorced or widowed? If you passed a milestone in 2016, here’s a look at what to tell the IRS come April.
Are you ready? You have until April 18 to file your income tax return, or Oct. 16 if you file an extension.
How things could change for low-, middle- and high-income earners, from itemized deductions to estate taxes, in the new administration.
Divorce filings start to increase in the New Year. Here's how to update your financial plan.
Trump's policy pillars are infrastructure investment and tax and regulatory reform, the most influential factors for the near term.
TaxAct, TaxSlayer and TurboTax will allow users to put their refunds directly into a federal retirement account.
Health savings accounts could benefit you now, and in retirement. But they're not for everyone.
If your refund is delayed this year, you can thank the IRS — and identity thieves.
If one of your heirs dies before you do, that could spell trouble. Here's how to prepare for that.
You'll need these important documents before you give the IRS your 1040.
The average victim loses $5,200 to con artists posing as agents from the Internal Revenue Service. Here's what you can do to protect yourself.
More than 70% of taxpayers will receive a refund in 2017, according to USA Today.
Congress has set its sites on inherited or "stretch" individual retirement accounts. Here's how to work around that.
The clock is running out to make smart money moves that can cut your tax bill, avoid a steep retirement penalty or snag more college aid.
Maintaining multiple homes makes financial sense for some retirees, while for others, it is an unnecessary expense. Here's how to tell.
How you save for retirement could keep your taxes low ... now, and as a retiree.
You can get your taxes done at no cost. See if you qualify.
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.
More people use the proceeds from company stock plans to pay off debt than to boost their retirement savings, according to a new survey.