Senior Personal Finance Correspondent Sharon Epperson offers a guide to what you can deduct this year, what you can’t and the changes ahead.
The Internal Revenue Service has updated its "dirty dozen" list with the scams you need to watch out for this year.
The temporary expansion of this deduction means more taxpayers could benefit on their 2017 and 2018 returns.
Each week during tax season, 10 participants will be randomly selected to receive $100.
Packing your business and moving to Florida sounds like a great way to save on taxes. Here's why that's easier said than done.
Crooked tax professionals will lure you in with the promises of big refunds, but the penalties for you could be steep. Watch out for these warning signs when filing your returns.
Prior to the new tax law, you were able to take out a home equity loan or a home equity line of credit, use it to pay for anything and deduct the interest. That's changing.
After Sept. 28, taxpayers who have failed to voluntarily report previously undisclosed overseas assets could face criminal prosecution.
You can deduct for an animal "employee." Here's the other quirky tax deductions you can claim this year.
"We're trying to connect a million people with their share of $1.1 billion in unclaimed refunds for 2014."
If you itemize, it's smart to cast a wide net for available deductions. Four surprising tax breaks to add to your list.
You don't want to owe Uncle Sam next year, but you shouldn't overpay him, either. This new calculator will help you strike a balance.
The tool is supposed to help Americans update their withholding forms in accordance with the new tax law.
Intuit CEO Brad Smith discusses the company's earnings report as well what he sees for this year's tax season and adjusting to changes coming for next year's taxes following the passage of tax reform.
There are things you can do to make sure you're getting the most out of having someone do your taxes.
Put away the Champagne. If you get a fat check from Uncle Sam, it means you've paid him too much.
These changes could affect your tax bill.
A probe by the IRS and the Justice Department appears unrelated to two other investigations related to Jared Kushner and his family's firm.
A tiny fraction of Americans are reporting their cryptocurrency transactions to the IRS, according to a study from Credit Karma Tax.
The president's new budget proposal is here. Provisions in the plan may affect your refund going forward.