If you own a small business, you just might qualify for a 20 percent tax deduction. Here's the problem: A number of business owners are still uncertain as to whether they can take it.
Connecticut, New Jersey and New York have recently passed laws that will allow taxpayers to dodge a cap on their ability to claim a key tax break. The only thing that's missing is an "OK" from the IRS.
Whether you're retiring overseas for the lower cost of living or the beautiful vistas, an unexpected bill from the IRS could crash the party. Here's how to avoid that.
Portions of the IRS computerized payment system crash on Tax Day, preventing taxpayers from using their bank accounts to pay their taxes online.
If the taxman is still waiting on your income tax return, then you should ask for more time. Here's how to do it.
Don't stuff your 2017 tax paperwork into a drawer. Instead, use it as a guide to save more money this year. Here's how.
There's more to cracking the tax code than knowing the standard deduction. Find out how much you know about your Form 1040.
If you're waiting until the absolute last moment to file your taxes, at least see if you're eligible for these credits and deductions.
Same-sex married couples may be making errors on their income tax returns, leading them to miss a raft of credits. Here's how to clean things up with the IRS.
If you're rushing to complete your tax return, refuse the temptation to lie about your deductions and your dependents. The taxman is already on to you.
Resist the temptation to rush through your return now that we're in April. Here's how to make the best use of your time.
Taxpayers, rejoice! See if you can squeeze out some savings from these tax breaks. Hurry — they're almost gone.
So you filed your taxes for a refund and the Internal Revenue Service accepts your return. What to do if you get an audit notice.
If you haven't filed yet, go through your receipts one more time to nab these deductions and credits.
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.
Members of the CNBC Digital Financial Advisor Council weigh in on strategies they are recommending to clients based on changes to U.S. tax law.
Whether you're paying a settlement or receiving one, there's one party who's always at the negotiating table: The IRS.
We're halfway through tax season. If you haven't filed yet, go through your receipts one more time to nab these deductions and credits.
Six out of 10 affluent individuals think they'll change their financial plans due to the new law. Here are a few tactics worth considering.
Dodging taxes could result in fines of up to $250,000 for individuals. Your worst case scenario: up to five years in prison.