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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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Those who qualify can deduct up to $2,500 of student loan interest per year.
Taxpayers can follow their refund online, by phone or with an app.
Here’s what the sales tax deduction is, what purchases are deductible and how to claim it.
Follow these tips for a stress-free tax season.
The goal is to have just the right amount withheld – as close as possible to your actual tax liability.
You must consider three factors: your age, filing status and income.
The government gives you a few options that may offset child-related expenses.
Most taxpayers already file electronically. Here’s a look at all the e-file options.
Income that is not subject to federal tax withholding requires you to pay estimated taxes.
You can get a tax break for donating money. Here’s what you need to know.