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.
The government wants you to make the most out of your savings. Taking advantage of these programs is a start.
Everyone knows about April 15, but believe it or not, this deadline is not as hard and fast as you may think.
Be smart when counting your schooling costs. Take advantage of educational tax credits.
If you qualify for these special deductions, you can claim them in addition to your standard or itemized amount.
Special considerations for taxpayers with unusual circumstances.
To make sure your W-4 reflects the proper withholding amount, you need to complete a special IRS worksheet.
The child tax credit helps temper the high cost of child-rearing. Stop pulling your hair out.
If the tax man starts questioning your return, don’t make matters worse by making one of these 10 costly blunders.
Prospective newlyweds must pay careful attention to tax rules when figuring out how much of a profit can be exempted from the bride-to-be’s home sale.
It’s true. Some investment taxes will zero out in a few years, but only for investors in the lowest income tax brackets.