Don't make these filing errors as you put the final touches on your tax return.
Waiting for your IRS money? Try these tips for tracking down your tax cash.
If your wage statement gets waylaid, here's a substitute the IRS will accept.
If you owe the IRS, you have several options for paying. But watch the fees.
Don't want to spend hours on your return? Tax-preparation software may be the answer.
The IRS offers several ways to pay your tax tab electronically.
Wagering in the office pool? The IRS will have a hard time collecting on winning bets.
A couple has a choice of filing jointly or separately. Consider both options.
It seems easy enough to choose your filing status, but your choice could cost you.
You should pay estimated tax to avoid an underpayment-of-tax penalty. Here's how it works.