Tax Hacks 2017: Avoid These 12 Costly Tax-Related Scams
Tax Hacks 2017: Avoid These 12 Costly Tax-Related Scams

on April 4, 2017

We call them “the dirty dozen” — 12 ways that scams can trip you up at tax time.

What You Must Know Before Doing Your Own Taxes
What You Must Know Before Doing Your Own Taxes

on March 31, 2017

If you’re preparing your own taxes for the first time, know that you may not even need to file — and other tax facts.

In a Hurry to File Your Taxes? This App Can Help
In a Hurry to File Your Taxes? This App Can Help

on March 30, 2017

Don’t let tax season get you down. This app makes handling your taxes quick and easy.

Amazon to Charge Sales Tax in All but 5 States
Amazon to Charge Sales Tax in All but 5 States

on March 27, 2017

In many states, shopping on Amazon.com is becoming more expensive.

How to Save Up to 31 Percent on Tax Preparation
How to Save Up to 31 Percent on Tax Preparation

on March 26, 2017

Act fast to take advantage of these rebates on income tax software and services.

Tax Hacks 2017: Don’t Miss These 16 Often-Overlooked Tax Breaks
Tax Hacks 2017: Don’t Miss These 16 Often-Overlooked Tax Breaks

on March 21, 2017

These tax deductions and tax credits can help you avoid paying more than your fair share to Uncle Sam this tax season. See which ones fit your situation.

4 Mileage Tracking Apps That Can Help Reduce Your Tax Bill
4 Mileage Tracking Apps That Can Help Reduce Your Tax Bill

on March 20, 2017

You can write off up to 53.5 cents for every tax-deductible mile you drive — but you’ll need documentation. These mobile apps make it easy.

Don’t Overlook These 4 Student Loan and Tuition Tax Breaks
Don’t Overlook These 4 Student Loan and Tuition Tax Breaks

on March 8, 2017

Students and their families can save a little money at tax time by remembering these tax credits and deductions.

How to Reduce Your Already Low Risk of a Tax Audit
How to Reduce Your Already Low Risk of a Tax Audit

on March 6, 2017

The IRS audits a surprisingly low number of tax returns, but you need to follow these rules to stay safe.

Do You Owe Back Taxes? Your Passport Might Be Revoked
Do You Owe Back Taxes? Your Passport Might Be Revoked

on February 27, 2017

The feds now can snatch the passports of Americans with “seriously delinquent” back taxes.

Single Mom Does Something Awesome With Her Tax Refund
Single Mom Does Something Awesome With Her Tax Refund

on February 27, 2017

One single mother of two who earns the minimum wage offers a great lesson in money-management skills.

Taxpayers Plan to Put Their Refunds to Good Use: How About You?
Taxpayers Plan to Put Their Refunds to Good Use: How About You?

on February 22, 2017

Many Americans say they plan to do something very smart with their tax refund. Here’s how you can join them.

11 Tips for Surviving an IRS Audit
11 Tips for Surviving an IRS Audit

on February 17, 2017

What if you’re among the unlucky taxpayers to get an audit notice from the IRS? Take a deep breath – here’s what to do.

Free IRS Tax Help Begins Friday
Free IRS Tax Help Begins Friday

on January 12, 2017

The IRS Free File program is now available to taxpayers who qualify. Money Talks News also is offering a discount on more comprehensive tax help.

What the IRS Wants You to Know About the Upcoming Tax Season
What the IRS Wants You to Know About the Upcoming Tax Season

on December 12, 2016

Procrastinators, rejoice! An extended filing deadline is just one important fact about the 2017 tax season.

Warning Signs for 7 of the Most Common Tax Scams
Warning Signs for 7 of the Most Common Tax Scams

on December 9, 2016

If someone purporting to be from the IRS takes one of these actions, it’s almost certainly a scam.

Tax Hikes for the Rich? Voters in 2 States Decide Tuesday
Tax Hikes for the Rich? Voters in 2 States Decide Tuesday

on November 4, 2016

Voters in a pair of states will decide whether upper-income earners should pay a little more to support public education.

IRS Grants 11 Exceptions to 60-Day Retirement Rollover Rule
IRS Grants 11 Exceptions to 60-Day Retirement Rollover Rule

on August 26, 2016

If you are unable to roll over an IRA or 401(k) within 60 days, the federal government now will cut you a break under certain circumstances.

Disney CEO Blasts America’s Corporate Tax System
Disney CEO Blasts America’s Corporate Tax System

on June 9, 2016

Disney’s head honcho says that the U.S. system is too complex and that companies like Disney pay too much to Uncle Sam.

You’re Less Likely to Be Audited — but Is That a Good Thing?
You’re Less Likely to Be Audited — but Is That a Good Thing?

on April 18, 2016

Since 2010, the IRS budget has been cut by 17 percent. What do such cutbacks mean for taxpayers?

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