Did or will you get a refund? What did or do you plan to do with it? Most folks surveyed by Bankrate say they’ll pay down debt or put the tax cash into savings.
Taking tax refund money to pay what a filer owes another government agency is not unusual. A federal lawsuit, however, says the Social Security Administration went too far.
Making nearly everybody pay taxes on Social Security is one way to cut its looming deficit.
This app tracks the status of your tax refund, from the government’s pockets to yours.
Social Security makes it a little easier to pay Uncle Sam what you owe him.
Tax season 2015 is officially underway. That means some taxpayers already have become victims of tax identity theft. Don’t become the next one to fall prey to this crime.
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.