A tax credit is an incentive that lets a taxpayer reduce the total amount of tax owed. Find out which tax credits are available to you.
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.
You may qualify for a tax credit of up to $500 if your roof meets certain energy requirements.
The IRS requires tax preparers to furnish proof of a child’s residency to claim the EITC.
You enjoyed the benefits while you were working, but now in retirement it’s time to pay taxes.
Children are expensive. But parents can take advantage of several child-related tax breaks.
Similar to a store credit, this credit gives you a direct cut on the amount of taxes you owe.
Making your home more energy-efficient could cut your utility bill and save tax dollars.
Some taxpayers will have to claim the first-time homebuyer credit or begin paying it back.
Expiring tax breaks and spending cuts may create an avalanche of revenue, but look out!
If you paid foreign taxes, you have a choice as how to use them to cut your U.S. tax bill.
If you changed jobs last year, you may have had too much Social Security tax withheld. Here’s how to get it back.