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If you're unhappy with your 2018 taxes, now is the time to make changes to head off a similar result next year. Be aware that you'll need more than the IRS tax calculator to get the most accurate results.
Political discord in Washington is beginning to stir Americans' worries about the economy, according to a recent survey by Bankrate.com. Worries about politics dwarf market concerns and Fed interest rate decisions.
New Mexico has the top honor of being the number one retirement destination, according to a study from United Van Lines. Here's what you should know before you leave your state for a new locale.
If you're upset with your 2018 results, it's time to talk about avoiding a similar outcome next year. Four ways to head off tax surprises next spring.
Frauds that include those that involve convincing taxpayers to pay up, which often start with a series of bothersome robocalls, rose 242% in 2018.
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Americans are not rejoicing at the small incremental change in their take-home pay made possible by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which Republicans championed.
There is still time before Tax Day on Monday to nail down everything you need — and take advantage of a few tax breaks before it's too late.
"Please know that, if you fail to comply, your failure will be interpreted as a denial of my request," the letter to the IRS states, NBCNews reports.
A number of deductions are out on your federal tax return, but they might be fair game on your state one. Watch out for these breaks.
A bill pending in the California Legislature sets an ambitious goal of cutting the state's child poverty rate in half by 2039 and also eliminating the number of kids in "deep poverty" by 2024.
Here's how Sweden handles both high taxes and stable levels of economic growth.
If you owed the IRS in 2018, you aren't alone. Sen. Elizabeth Warren owes the taxman just more than $24,000, according to her just-released tax return. Here are three tax lessons you can learn from the senator.
Celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti was slammed Thursday with a 36-count indictment by a federal grand jury in California that accuses him of ripping off clients — including a mentally ill paraplegic — tax crimes, wire fraud, bank fraud, and perjury.
Planning on passing a big IRA to your kids and grandkids? You might be familiar then with the "stretch IRA," but that tactic might be on its way out.