Dodging taxes could result in fines of up to $250,000 for individuals. Your worst case scenario: up to five years in prison.
It's tempting to fudge the numbers on your 1040 so that you can keep some of your cash away from the IRS. Here's why that's a bad idea.
Put away the Champagne. If you get a fat check from Uncle Sam, it means you've paid him too much.
The new tax code upends an already uncertain legal space: Alimony for divorcing couples.
This provision in President Trump's budget may allow Medicare beneficiaries to put away cash each year for healthcare costs.
The president's new budget proposal is here. Provisions in the plan may affect your refund going forward.
Laugh now, cry later: These individuals may end up taking home too much pay in 2018, placing them on the hook for taxes next year.
Grandparents who are raising their grandchildren should check for available tax breaks.
Some say the West Coast is the best coast — unless you're talking about taxes owed to Uncle Sam.
The deduction for medical expenses is temporarily more generous, affecting tax years 2017 and 2018.
Gather your pencils and your forms. This is what you'll need to simplify tax time.
The new tax code upends an already uncertain legal space: Alimony issues for divorcing couples.
Say hello to the health savings account. It's your next pot of retirement dollars. How to get the most out of your account.
If you want to strengthen your client relationships and add to your value, be sure to discuss estate planning with clients.
Early birds: You can start filing your 2017 taxes now. Here's where to start.
Filing taxes for the first time can be intimidating. These tips can help ease the stress.
Ambiguity around the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has opened the door for small business owners to make aggressive plays to save more on levies.
Taxes are just one factor in picking the right college savings plan. Here's what else you should know.
Trump signed a tax incentives plan for renewable energy, as well as a $7,500 electric vehicle tax credit, The New York Times reports.
Taking out the right amount can be the difference between owing and getting a refund.