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this could be the last year to take advantage of some valuable homeownership tax breaks. Here's how to take advantage.
Small-business owners can expect a bonanza in tax savings, thanks to the GOP's proposed tax bill. Here's how to take advantage.
So-called required minimum distributions can be tricky for retirees — and not following the rules lead to pricey penalties.
When it comes to charity, there are many ways to give money and save money at the same time. Here's how to maximize your budget.
Proposed changes to deductions for mortgages, state and local taxes could mean a bigger tax increase for residents of some states.
Financial advisors say clients should "work within the current framework" until Congress finalizes tax reform.
The IRS is entitled to a share of your profits even if you use bitcoin to make purchases.
Substantial changes are still being made to the Senate GOP tax plan — which could be passed by the end of the week, Vox reports.
Giving up your U.S. citizenship is an easy administrative process, but can be expensive due to an "exit tax."
With GOP tax reform looming, you may want to revise this year's charitable giving strategies.
GOBankingRates.com's best neighborhoods for retirement has many options when it comes to affordability, climate, and other factors.
Health savings accounts and flexible spending accounts offer tax-deferred benefits. Here's how to best integrate them into your savings.
Giving Tuesday, which raised $177 million last year, looks to be even bigger in 2017. Here's how to make the most of those contributions.
As negotiations over tax reform continued Monday, here are nine GOP senators who have yet to commit publicly to supporting the bill.
Standard deductions are going up for heads of households, but losing exemptions for your children will hurt.
More than half of consumers already have a plan to spend next year's tax refund. But don't let that influence this year's holiday spending.
A first-in-first-out proposal could mean big changes to your stock sale strategies, and tax bill.
Keeping it in the family: Multimillionaires will have an easier time passing on their wealth.
Used the right way, a health savings account could help you put aside more for retirement.
The tax picture in 2018 is still anybody's guess, but here's what you can do for 2017.