Seven U.S. states boast zero income tax. But, would the relocation actually save you money in the long run?
Today we found articles on ways to reduce your chances for a tax audit, tax policies to watch in 2017, and helpful resources that will help you save time and money.
Tick tock, the year's almost up! Before 2017 comes ringing in, make sure you check off these last-minute ways to cut your '16 tax bill.
Uncle Sam always seems to have his hand out — and even expects a cut for these 35 off-the-wall things.
Make the most out of your efforts to give back and you'll do the most good. It's easy to be extra charitable!
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.
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.
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.
The burden of student loan debt is heavy enough. Get as many tax breaks as you can to lighten your load.
No one likes to pay taxes. Especially when they're as off-the-wall as these.
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.
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.
With major money changes, come tax changes — and Millennials are often guilty of these common tax-time mix-ups.
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?
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