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.
If you owe money to the IRS, you may want to consider taking out a personal loan.
Here’s what to know if you’re responsible for filing taxes for a deceased spouse, parent or dependent.
Credit card interest on personal credit cards is not tax deductible, but interest on any card used exclusively for business purchases may be eligible for tax deductions.
Certain windfalls are considered capital gains. Here’s how to determine what you’ll owe.
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Our tax adviser explains when points paid to refinance a home loan are deductible.
If you live in a disaster zone, tidy up and create a well-working filing system for all of your crucial financial and personal records.
It takes more than just living together to make a common law marriage.
A special standard deduction amount for older and blind taxpayers is easy to claim. Just check a couple of boxes on your return.
If you’ve been a patient investor, Uncle Sam gives you a break at tax time.
Donations can be valuable tax-cutting tools if you follow documentation rules.
Mutual funds are a popular investment vehicle but too often fund holders overpay taxes because they don’t figure an account’s correct cost basis.
Ready to toss that pencil and turn your 2000 tax return over to your computer? We review the three major tax preparation software packages.
Tax expert George Saenz discusses whether a teacher can write off a trip as job-related.
If you run into problems with the IRS, here’s how to find out what you should, and shouldn’t, expect from the IRS.