The expenses you paid for your investment accounts are no longer deductible. That means you need to take a second look at how you foot the bill for your IRA.
Trim your income tax bill and give your ex a jump start on retirement savings by transferring an IRA.
Tax breaks from your state are just one factor in choosing the right 529. Here's what else you should consider.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has changed the way business owners prospect for clients and schmooze. Here are the details on whether you can expense those seats at the theater.
Whether you've moved to Canada or fled across the ocean, the IRS wants to know more about your holdings in foreign accounts. Only half of Americans abroad realize this.
Lawyers warn that the IRS could take a closer look at state programs that grant a hefty tax credit in exchange for donations to certain government programs.
Entrepreneurs love a tax break. Here's how to determine whether you're eligible for this one.
The federal government is paying close attention to state efforts to help residents manage new limits on state and local tax deductions.
Oregon and Alabama recently joined the ranks of states authorizing tax-advantaged savings accounts for first-time home buyers or those who haven't owned a house for several years.
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.
You may no longer be able exceed the higher standard deduction hurdle, yet there are still several ways to utilize the deduction for charitable donations.
Former President Bill Clinton voices concerns about the new tax law and the impact it could have on charitable giving.
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.