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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.
The agency usually starts accepting tax returns in late January.
Here are our top picks for tax software, including free and paid options.
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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There are lots of tax reasons to own a home. Here’s how to make the most of them and avoid the pitfalls.
Accessed properly, a personal loan from your retirement account is an often-overlooked short-term lending source.
Mutual fund owners who watched their holdings stumble often are shocked at tax time to discover they still owe taxes.
Life is constantly changing, and your tax considerations change along with it.
To make this move work, our tax expert says an insurer would need to offer an annuity policy for long-term care needs that also meets tax-law requirements for IRA classification.
Neither gains nor losses on stock sales apply to nonresident owners of securities. However, dividends paid on those assets are taxable.
Our tax expert discusses how a couple forced to sell for a job-related move can claim a partial personal residence tax exclusion.
The Tax Adviser explains the IRS rules that apply to monetary gifts from foreigners.
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.