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The IRS is giving some relief to individuals who were in the path of the massive storm. Here's what that means for your 2018 taxes.
A House committee has approved several bills as part of Republicans' so-called Tax Reform 2.0 plan, which would make the reduced rates for individual taxpayers permanent, among other provisions.
Special counsel Robert Mueller reportedly wants Paul Manafort's plea deal to include information he may have "related to President [Donald] Trump and the 2016 campaign." Manafort managed that campaign for several months in 2016.
The IRS has put retirees on notice: withhold enough taxes from your retirement income, or else. Here's how to manage.
Michael Cohen pleaded guilty in August to federal tax crimes and to violating campaign finance law with a $130,000 hush-money payment he made to porn star Stormy Daniels at what he said was the direction of President Donald Trump.
Opening IRA contributions to individuals who are over 70½ is only the beginning. Here's what else older workers may be able to do.
A statewide tax could upend a compromise reached with the beverage industry in June that banned new local taxes on soda until 2031.
Rep. Leonard Lance, R-N.J., says he doesn't support a GOP tax bill that caps state and local deductions.
Let's end corporate welfare by closing the outdated tax loophole enjoyed by the nation's largest credit unions.
"Anything that provides families with more flexibility in how they use 529 plans would be beneficial," said Mark Kantrowitz, publisher of savingforcollege.com.
Republicans have tried to put tax reform back to the forefront in recent days, about two months ahead of midterm elections.
In addition to making tax cuts for individuals permanent, the latest outline includes making changes to IRAs and 529 plans, and creating new tax-advantaged accounts for other savings.
Earlier Thursday, House Speaker Paul Ryan said he hopes to hold a floor vote on the plan later this month.
Despite strong overall economic growth, the Trump economy's benefits have been strikingly uneven.
You're running out of time to tell Uncle Sam about your foreign bank account. Here's what you need to know.
Wondering how a cut to capital gains taxes would impact you? Probably very little.