This week: How much you’ll spend on back-to-school supplies, essential marriage paperwork, the Clinton and Trump tax plans, how bad credit can affect your pursuit of work, and famous people with infamous finances.
New technology and emerging approaches to charity make it easier than ever to make a contribution — small or large — and make a difference.
Disney’s head honcho says that the U.S. system is too complex and that companies like Disney pay too much to Uncle Sam.
Sugary sodas are good for kids — or at least they could be in Philadelphia — if a tax proposal there gets a thumbs up from the city council.
There are a lot of reasons why some people just can’t file their taxes on time. Here’s why you don’t want to be one of them and four powerful reasons to get moving.
With many things in life, you don’t get do-overs. Fortunately, taxes aren’t one of them. Months, even years, after filing your return, if you want to claim a deduction you forgot or fix another mistake, you can. Meet the 1040X.
In filing a lawsuit against large online retailers, South Dakota joins a growing number of states in a major battle that will likely end up in the Supreme Court.