Use tax software? Then you could be a target of phishing scams seeking to steal your identity this filing season.
Sorry, Ben Franklin, but there’s a new adage about taxes: The only constants in life are taxes and tax scams.
While American corporations continue to use tax techniques to take advantage of lower overseas taxes, the U.S. is a tax haven for some wealthy foreigners.
After a disaster, be sure you get all the help for which you’re eligible, including relief from the IRS.
Despite tighter security measures, the IRS is hopeful this filing season will be better for it and taxpayers than last year.
If you didn’t win anything in the $1.5 billion Powerball drawing, you’re not alone. Even state tax collectors are losers this time.
Do you have the 6 winning Powerball numbers? The IRS hopes so. Uncle Sam wants his almost 40% cut of your $1.4 billion winnings.
Ready, set, file your taxes beginning Jan. 19. Or if you use Free File, you can use that online option starting Jan. 15.
Wealthy people manipulate the tax code in part by supporting presidential candidates who share their tax views.
If you need a tax transcript to apply for college financial aid, plan ahead. The Get Transcript hack has slowed access to taxpayer data.