Berkeley voters approved a 1-cent-an-ounce tax on sugared soda and energy drinks. Plus, here are some other Election Day results that could impact people’s wallets.
Tax experts say about 20 million Americans may qualify to waive the health insurance tax penalty.
Kiplinger explains which states are the most tax-friendly to retirees and which are the least tax-friendly.
A new WalletHub study rates the country’s most and least fair state tax systems.
Seriously. All you need is a half-hour of time to keep up to $1,000 in your pocket in April.
Pretax flexible spending accounts can help you save money, especially now that the use-it-or-lose-it rule has changed.
American companies are finding new ways to dodge paying taxes.
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