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Independent workers can face big tax bills if they don't pay estimated taxes throughout the year.
CNBC's Ylan Mui reports on Steve Mnuchin's appearance at the White House press briefing to discuss the implementation of the tax plan.
Surprise: Your advisor would probably prefer to work on your financial plan rather than customizing an asset allocation model.
With so many Americans struggling to save for retirement, employers should consider upping their company match programs for 401(k) savers.
Here are some things to consider when you choose your tax preparer.
If your company is giving bonuses because of the just-passed tax plan, make sure you understand the tax implications.
Critics question whether the conservation value of some investments matches the size of the deductions tied to them.
The tables lay out how much tax to withhold or not withhold from paychecks. With these new guidelines, companies can start adjusting employee paychecks.
Taking out the right amount can be the difference between owing and getting a refund.
The tax overhaul is creating uncertainty on whether workers will pay sufficient taxes in 2018. Pay too little, and you'll owe next year.
Private debt collectors brought in less than 1 percent of the amount assigned for collection, the New York Times reports.
The 20 percent deduction for pass-through entities sounds good, but make sure your business qualifies.
Many Americans are using their checks from Uncle Sam to cover health care costs.
One lucky ticket in New Hampshire scored the $570 million Powerball prize, but watch out for the tax bite.
Winners of the $570 million Powerball and $450 million Mega Millions prize should take these steps.
One lucky winner in Florida will take home Friday's jackpot. But taxes take a big bite.