With Tax Day now behind you (phew!), it's time to reflect on a few lessons that might make next April a little less stressful.
A lot goes into firing up a small business or side job. Prepare to tackle some tax changes, too!
Welcome to parenthood! Of all the changes headed your way, don't forget about tax changes, too.
Once the wedding bells stop ringing, it's time to get real about how your money might change after marriage — starting with taxes.
Owning real estate is considered a great investment. Even sweeter? All the tax breaks that come along with it.
Never fear, newbies — those tax forms won't bite! All your basic tax questions are here, answered.
Sure, doing your taxes can be tricky! But when it comes to these five mistakes, we really, really need to stop making them.
Make the most out of your efforts to give back and you'll do the most good. It's easy to be extra charitable!
We all want a lower tax burden. When your spouse earns much less, you may be tempted to claim them as a dependent. Should You?
Got student loan debt? Who doesn't. Lessen the burden by knowing just how that debt plays into your taxes.
College grads, your homework isn’t over. Your next assignment is making sure you get the most tax breaks possible.
In the bustle of parenthood, new moms and dads often forget about these huge potential tax savings. Are you making the same mistake?
College isn't cheap, but students of any age can cut the cost by claiming the right deductions. Would any of these help you or a student you know?
New homeowners can get a leg up on their tax bill, so long as they remember to claim these huge deductions.
It's every taxpayer's worst fear, but it doesn't have to be if you're honest and you stick with these tax-prep basics.
You and your spouse want the biggest tax breaks possible. So how should you file — jointly or separately?
The government can help you save green — by going green! Make these eco-friendly lifestyle changes today and watch your savings grow.
April will be here before you know it. Are you ready for these changes to the 2016 tax code?
It's almost the year end! Do YOU know where all your tax paperwork is? Here's everything you need to find before the holidays arrive in full force.
Missed tax deductions, a side income, a house — it's not long before money gets complicated. When should you hire a pro?
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