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"Now that Trump won, I'm moving to Canada," may sound great for social media — but not for your finances.
Don't forget Uncle Sam during the holidays. These year-end moves will result in big savings when tax season rolls around.
Forget Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. More than a dozen states are considering ballot measures to raise your taxes.
Giving to those less fortunate is not just a satisfying good deed, it also has tax benefits.
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Donald Trump's assertion that tax returns are uninformative got the attention of financial advisors of all political stripes.
GOP candidate Donald Trump employed a tax avoidance maneuver so "dubious" that his lawyers warned him on it, the NYT reports.
No matter where you live, you likely wish you paid less in taxes. Here are four steps you can take today to cut property taxes tomorrow.
Looking to reduce your property taxes? CNBC’s Sharon Epperson shares what homeowners should be looking out for when starting the grievance process.
Despite warnings and news coverage, phone scammers continue to run very successful "businesses" posing as Internal Revenue Service agents.
Poor estate planning can create problems for your new spouse and your kids from a prior marriage.
The Democratic presidential candidate has proposed a bigger tax break for families with young kids. Here's who benefits.
The size of Trump's income-tax break may be huge, but it's one that more than 1 million entrepreneurs use.