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Filing taxes is an annual chore, and the tax code is complicated. Find tax forms and advice you need to file your tax return this year and pay the IRS.
Net income provides a more accurate account of the financial status. Here’s why.
Learn how these differ and how they both can impact your budget.
Certain windfalls are considered capital gains. Here’s how to determine what you’ll owe.
A person’s gross income is used to determine how much they have to pay toward federal and state income taxes.
Most taxpayers already file electronically. Here’s a look at all the e-file options.
Sold an investment? The IRS wants a Schedule D. While the form is difficult, it’s worth the savings.
There are a few ways to offset losses from business debt or nonbusiness debt.
Here’s what to know if you’re responsible for filing taxes for a deceased spouse, parent or dependent.
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.
You can settle up with the IRS using credit or debit, a digital wallet and more.
These dumb tax moves can affect your personal finances well beyond tax season.
The rate of tax an investor pays on an IRA depends on income during the year of distribution.
Uncle Sam gets a cut of just about all types of income, but some does escape tax.