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Here’s what to know about records to hang on to and how long you should keep them.
Taxpayers can follow their refund online, by phone or with a smartphone app.
A new IRS form helps you figure tax withholding from your paycheck. But it’s not easy.
The IRS issued more than 111 million refunds last year. Here’s how much money was refunded.
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Life is constantly changing, and your tax considerations change right along with it.
Most taxpayers take the standard deduction when they file. If your taxes aren’t complex, this may work for you.
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.
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.
Perplexed by the status options on your return? You’re not alone. Learn about them and find the best one for you.
Unlike deductions, tax credits cut into your actual tax bill, often providing mega-savings.
Even if the bulk of your taxes are paid through withholding, filing a return will sort out the nitty-gritty.
Everyone knows about April 15, but believe it or not, this deadline is not as hard and fast as you may think.