The early (tax) bird gets the worm — and reduces the chance it'll be a victim of identity theft. Start your 2016 tax prep now, and skip all the stress in April.
You probably aren't using your HSA dollars on these everyday medical buys. But you should be!
Don't fall victim to these faux finance calls. Here's how to protect yourself and your loved ones from a scam.
When the IRS decides to smack you with an audit, what's the worst that can happen? You're wise not to try to cheat the taxman.
College grads, your homework isn’t over. Your next assignment is making sure you get the most tax breaks possible.
April 15 is almost here! Can you trust your tax preparer?
Tax day is almost here, and you may be tempted to pay Uncle Sam with plastic. But if you do, you're just trading cheap debt for expensive debt.
Is Uncle Sam giving you a little something back this tax season? Here's how one Wise Bread writer is spending his to tie up some loose financial ends.
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.
Follow the rules if you want a tax break for charitable contributions. The IRS isn't so charitable with audits.
April will be here before you know it. Are you ready for these changes to the 2016 tax code?
Now where did that missing 1099 go…? Never fear, here's how to deal with lost tax documents.
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?
Hasn't tax day already come and gone? Yes, but it's never too early to start worrying about next year's taxes.
The deadline's passed and you won't be getting a refund. It's okay — you have options, but you must exercise them to avoid big penalties or worse.
Nobody's perfect — but for tax filing, even small errors have big consequences! Keep an eye out for these easy-to-make tax return miscues.
You filed your taxes — hurray! — but you aren't done just yet. Here's what you need to do to wrap up tax season and prepare for next year.
If you made less than $60k in 2014, you can file for free, even with popular tax-prep software. You have lots of other free options, too — use them!
Tax season is upon us, and for many that means money owed. Here's what to do if you can't afford to make your tax payment.
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