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Looking for advice on lowering your federal or state taxes? You’ve come to the right place. Plus, get news and advice related to tax brackets, property taxes, estate taxes and more.
The deadline for filing your 2020 taxes is April 15, 2021. Here’s what else to know.
Here are our top picks for tax software, including free and paid options.
Here’s what you need to know to predict how long you’ll wait for your refund.
The IRS has issued more than 168 million refunds for the 2019 tax year. Here’s how much money was refunded.
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President Donald Trump has released his long-awaited tax plan. What does the plan mean for you?
If you discovered that you shortchanged yourself or the IRS, you can make amends.
Don’t get penalized for filing late or not paying your tax on time. Follow these steps.
If you owe a lot, the tax agency offers an installment plan and other alternatives.
While the IRS mainly focuses on the wealthy, be aware of these triggers to a tax audit.
You can settle up with the IRS using credit or debit, a digital wallet and more.
If your new job prompted a move, you might be able to write off the costs. Here’s how.
Some taxpayers may claim up to a dozen deductions right on their Form 1040. Here’s how.
Teachers can deduct classroom supplies, professional development courses and more.
These dumb tax moves can affect your personal finances well beyond tax season.