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The IRS is letting Free File users get a head start on their 2015 taxes. The free online tax prep and e-filing option opens Jan. 16, days before the full Jan. 20 filing season starts.
Don’t miss Uncle Sam’s reward for taxpayers who save for retirement.
IRS raises limits on most retirement savings plans for 2015.
The IRS recently approved another way to get savings into a Roth via the back door.
The IRS is hoping that Direct Pay, another tax e-payment option introduced this year, will get a boost from September’s estimated tax payments.
New rules around rollovers of individual retirement accounts could bite the owners of CD IRAs next year.
Becoming an entrepreneur is a tax-friendly way for retirees to make and save money.
While the courts duke it out over who is eligible for the Obamacare premium tax credit, the IRS chief says his agency will continue to offer the credit as usual.
Retirement savers can now buy annuities in tax-deferred accounts without worrying about RMDs.