It's time to start thinking about Plan B.
Here's another thing millennials may be unprepared for: taxes. This is what you need to know if you don't have the cash upfront.
2018 taxes are due April 15.
Pencils down. Tax Day is right around the corner. These tips will tell you everything you need to know to get through April 15.
Americans are not rejoicing at the small incremental change in their take-home pay made possible by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which Republicans championed.
Taxes are due Monday, April 15. Have you filed?
A number of deductions are out on your federal tax return, but they might be fair game on your state one. Watch out for these breaks.
If you owed the IRS in 2018, you aren't alone. Sen. Elizabeth Warren owes the taxman just more than $24,000, according to her just-released tax return. Here are three tax lessons you can learn from the senator.
Walmart responds to Bezos' challenge to other retailers to raise pay and add more benefits.
Celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti was slammed Thursday with a 36-count indictment by a federal grand jury in California that accuses him of ripping off clients — including a mentally ill paraplegic — tax crimes, wire fraud, bank fraud, and perjury.
"I've put out eleven years of my tax returns because no one should ever have to guess who their elected officials are working for. Doing this should be law," Warren said.
Most voters want Trump to release his tax returns — or support Democratic efforts to get the documents if the president refuses to share them.
The Justice Department announced charges against 24 people across the U.S., including doctors accused of writing bogus prescriptions.
"There's no need to panic," says tax expert Laurie Kazenoff.
President Donald Trump has hired a law firm to fight congressional efforts to see his income tax returns.
The 2018 tax filing season hasn't been a pleasant experience for all taxpayers. Accountants have identified three pain points in the new tax law — and they share four steps you can take for a better outcome in 2019.
If you got money back last year, you could owe this year. But there's good news: Those receiving refunds may see a bigger check than they expected.
Struggling with tax debt? There are moves you can make to reduce the impact of unpaid taxes on your life, credit and financial well-being. Here are five tips to lessen that burden.
Did you get a state tax credit for giving to a municipal charitable fund in 2018? You might not be able to nab a deduction for it on your federal tax return. What that means for your taxes.
Uncle Sam isn't the only one taking your tax money. Find out where your state stands on income taxes paid per capita.