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.
When a foreigner sells U.S. property, some taxes are collected at closing. Our expert discusses the procedure and the forms that must be filed.
You’ve just discovered you owe the IRS. Don’t be in such a panic to pay that you make one of these unwise payment choices.
If you expect your assets to appreciate significantly, the best estate-tax move might be to leave them in trust to your heirs.
Thanks to years of diligent saving, some middle-class taxpayers are finding they could be estate-tax vicitims. Here’s how to protect your heirs from the IRS.
Under certain circumstances, you may be able to deduct your moving expenses. Our expert details the three tax tests.
The IRS’s electronic signature option lets your replace your ‘John Hancock’ with ‘12345.’
When a company provides an employee use of a car, the business usually gets a tax break and the employee is taxed on a portion of the auto’s value.
When a family faces the loss of a child, the IRS still allows a dependency exemption in the year the child passed away.
Pop can give away a part of his assets each year and that will reduce his estate’s eventual tax bill. But to cut today’s income taxes, he needs to get rid of some income-producing assets.
A reader thinks he may have overlooked the mortgage points deduction. Our expert explains this tax break, along with how to get copies of old returns.