Some lawmakers warn a debt ceiling fight could slow refunds even more.
More than one-third of Americans getting tax refunds will spend their refunds on car repairs, maintenance or buying a new car.
Here are five smart ways to put your tax refund to work.
Various tax refund surveys find Americans have many uses for their tax refunds, from saving it to paying basic necessities to paying down debt to splurging.
During tax season, many first-time homebuyers turn to their tax refunds as a down payment option. Is this a smart move?
Refund anticipation loans are almost a thing of the past, but other costly tax-related products, and predators, are still out there.
The federal tax agency won’t be immune to temporarily laying off workers due to sequestration, but it will postpone action until after tax filing season ends.
Federal furloughs because of sequestration could mean that the Internal Revenue Service’s processing of returns, and refunds, will be slowed.
If you use some of your tax refund to buy a savings bond, you can get the savings instrument as an actual, old-school piece of paper.
Bummed because you’re having to wait on the IRS to process your tax refund? Adjust your withholding so you’ll have the money yourself year-round.