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.
Did you know pro athletes have to file taxes in 10 to 26 places? See what the ‘jock tax’ costs.
Foreclosure is bad news, but it sometimes means not having to repay a tax credit.
Do you know which tax write-offs you can claim being a small business?
If your kid is willing to study, bone up on these government dollars for scholars.
Repaying the original homebuyer tax credit has been streamlined in 2011 on Form 1040.
Property taxes are appealing only when that means you’re fighting them. See how it’s done.
No new taxes are planned, but you may want to take advantage of loopholes before they close.
Use the American opportunity credit to help pay college costs, including tools required for school.
If you made home energy-efficiency improvements, you could qualify for a tax credit.
Usually it makes sense for a married couple to file jointly. But sometimes it doesn’t.