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2 Tax Credits That Will Be More Generous in 2023

on October 19, 2022

If you are eligible for these tax breaks, they can slash your federal income tax bill — dollar for dollar.

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5 Ways to Avoid Taxes on Social Security Income

on October 17, 2022

Here’s how to minimize and delay the chunk that Uncle Sam claims.

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IRS Warns of an ‘Exponential’ Increase in Texting Scams

on October 6, 2022

The federal agency says that in the last few weeks, this type of fraud has “increased exponentially.”

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15 States That Collect the Most Individual Income Tax

on October 3, 2022

These state governments dig deepest into residents’ pockets to balance their state budgets.

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10 Financial Dates and Deadlines in October 2022

on September 30, 2022

Mark your calendar now so you don’t risk a fine or miss an opportunity to save.

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7 Ways Retirees Can Lower Their Income Taxes

on September 20, 2022

Here’s how to keep Uncle Sam’s mitts away from your nest egg.

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This Type of Tax Is at an All-Time High

on September 19, 2022

Taxpayers are taking it on the chin when it comes to these taxes.

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13 States That Could Tax Forgiven College Loans

on August 29, 2022

Forgiven student loans will not incur federal taxes. At the state level, it might be a different matter.

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15 States That Collect the Most Property Tax Revenue

on August 25, 2022

Experts were worried that states’ would struggle to make revenue during the pandemic, but property taxes helped keep them afloat.

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Here’s Every New Electric Vehicle Eligible for a Tax Credit

on August 19, 2022

A new law tweaked the requirements of an existing tax break.

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5 Tax Credits in Biden’s New Law

on August 15, 2022

Homeowners, car owners and others stand to benefit at tax time — for many years to come.

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Will the IRS Audit You Soon? Dems Already Paved the Way

on August 11, 2022

There’s a lot Congress isn’t telling you about its new spending bill.

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Biden’s $740 Billion Spending Bill Advancing in Congress: What’s in It?

on August 10, 2022

Consumers could benefit on their taxes, investments, health care costs and more.

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17 States Sending Stimulus Checks of up to $1,500

on August 2, 2022

States now are writing checks to help residents with everything from the pandemic to runaway inflation.

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16 Financial Dates and Deadlines in August 2022

on July 30, 2022

Mark your calendar now so you don’t risk a fine or miss an opportunity to save.

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New Bill Could Lower Taxes for Retirees in 2023

on July 22, 2022

The upshot? The possibility of lower taxable income, a lower tax bill and even a lower tax rate.

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Sales Tax Holidays for Back-to-School Shopping

on July 21, 2022

Don’t miss your chance to save more on school supplies this year.

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5 States That Just Lowered Sales Taxes — and 1 That Raised Them

on July 15, 2022

Some states are softening the blows that inflation keeps dealing us.

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7 States That Just Raised Their Gas Taxes

on July 14, 2022

As if fueling up wasn’t painful enough right now, these states made it worse.

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17 States With Sales Tax Breaks This Summer

on July 4, 2022

If your state is on this list, you could soon save on items ranging from clothing to computers.

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