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.
For these tax avoidance strategies to work, you probably need to be a millionaire. Or do you?
The fines for going without health insurance are ticking up this year. Are you covered or will you pay a fine?
The IRS probably won't ever audit you. Learn why that's the case, along with five other surprising facts about the government tax collectors.
Today we found some fantastic articles on IRS audit red flags, ways to spring-clean your finances, and hidden costs of DIY moving.
Getting married is blissful. Changing your name after, unfortunately, is not. Make the process easier with this helpful guide.
Year end bonuses can be a good way to reward and motivate your employees. Just be sure you're following state and federal tax regulations.
When the government says jump, you ask how high. You may also be asking whether or not your compliance efforts are tax deductible.
Prelude to a national sales tax? Maybe not, but new IRS rules mean credit card companies and online payment processors now must report the transactions they manage.
If you fear the IRS may decide your independent contractors are really your employees, now is the time to take advantage of a special worker classification amnesty program.
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