Looking for advice on lowering your federal or state taxes? You have come to the right place. Plus, find news and advice on tax brackets, sales tax, property taxes and estate taxes.
Find your tax bracket according to filing status
Estimate your total taxes for the current year
See if you qualify for the earned income credit
Check income, personal and sales tax rates in your state
A sales-tax holiday can save you a few bucks if you follow all the rules.
Even if the bulk of your taxes are paid through withholding, filing a return will sort out the nitty-gritty.
Most taxpayers take the standard deduction when they file. If your taxes aren’t complex, this may work for you.
Not everyone has to send in a return. Will the IRS expect one from you? Find out here.
It’s hard to believe, but the IRS doesn’t tax every cent you make! It only collects on your taxable income.
If filing your tax return seems like an arduous and complicated task, consider the benefits.
Which type of deduction is right for you? It depends on your income, job and lifestyle.
If you contribute to a retirement account, you might be able to claim a tax credit on your reserve.
The earned income tax credit provides a break for lower and moderate wage workers.
Perplexed by the status options on your return? You’re not alone. Learn about them and find the best one for you.
For most taxpayers, payroll withholding is our first tax contact. Here’s why and how income tax is withheld.