If you were invested in the stock market, had a side hustle, or earn interest on a savings account, be on the lookout for 1099 tax forms.
Over 100 million Americans received a tax refund in 2019, and a majority prefer the IRS payback rather than a bigger regular paycheck. Here's the right way to spend and save a refund.
The Secure Act, as well as updated life expectancy tables proposed by the IRS, would change how you calculate those pesky RMDs.
The cost of sending your child to daycare is like paying a second mortgage. The IRS may give you a credit to recoup some of that — if you're paying your caregiver on the books.
We're in the early weeks of tax season, but if you're willing to do a little legwork, you can still trim your 2019 tax bill. Here's where to look.
This tax season, the IRS wants to know about your virtual currency. How to prepare.
Some aspects of tax returns generate more scrutiny than others, and IRS computers are good at flagging discrepancies and anomalies.
The IRS kept $2.7 billion in refunds out of the hands of fraudsters last year through Sept. 30, according to the Taxpayer Advocate Service. Unfortunately, hundreds of thousands of legitimate filers waited more than 40 days to get their money.
If you match all six winning numbers in Wednesday night's Powerball drawing, there are steps you should take to protect your sudden wealth, experts say.
The IRS audited 0.45% of individual tax returns in its most recent fiscal year, which is half what it was in 2010.
Whether you're a freelancer or a member of a partnership, it's almost time to make your last round of quarterly tax payments to the IRS for 2019. This is how to avoid making mistakes.
Not only did the age for beginning required minimum distributions, or RMDs, rise to 72 from 70½ under the Secure Act, the IRS also has proposed updated life expectancy tables that would make those amounts lower.
A lottery player in Ohio won the $372 million Mega Millions jackpot on Tuesday night. Here's what they should do now.
The IRS has released its updated Form W-4 just in time for the new year. Here's how to use it to fine-tune the taxes withheld from your paycheck.
The House Oversight Committee says it needs Trump's records to assess whether new ethics in government legislation is needed.
Larry Summers, former Treasury Secretary, joins CNBC's "Power Lunch" team to discuss the U.S. economy, markets and more.
Lax enforcement by the Internal Revenue Service has led to hundreds of billions of dollars a year in uncollected taxes from the wealthy, which could reach trillions over the next decade.
Instead of raising taxes on the wealthy, some say the IRS should simply collect what they owe every year. Vanessa Williamson, governance studies fellow at Brookings, and Rachel Bovard, senior policy director at the Conservative Partnership Institute, join CNBC's "Squawk Box" to discuss.
High health-care bills are the No. 1 reason that people would consider taking money from retirement accounts or filing for bankruptcy. Medical experts weigh in on what you can do to try to ease the burden.
If you live in the Northeast U.S., chances are you're facing some steep taxes on income. Here are three states with the heftiest levies on your wages — and seven states that don't tax income at all.