The Senate Finance Committee chairman has suggested some changes to our tax system.
The IRS’ annual inflation adjustments bump up the amount of money in each income tax bracket for 2014.
No more worries about using or losing your medical flexible spending account, or FSA, money. Uncle Sam now allows you to carry over $500 in unused FSA funds each year.
The contribution limits for retirement plans haven’t changed much, but few people will protest.
The government shutdown slowed IRS preparation for the 2014 tax filing season.
Today is the final tax deadline. Submit a 1040 and money owed, or risk penalties.
During the federal government shutdown, the IRS stops audits and taxpayer assistance but keeps collecting.
Some homebuyers may have to reschedule their closings.
Tax payments are due Oct. 15, even if there’s a government shutdown Oct. 1.
Most same-sex married couples are waiting on their state tax departments to finalize rules on how they must file state tax returns. So far only Wisconsin and Louisiana have decided.