If you decide this year to join the millions who do taxes on a computer instead of paper, here are some ways to make the process go more smoothly.
Can't come up with the cash to pay your tax bill? The IRS takes your money in different ways.
You have until April 15 to claim a tax refund from the 2010 tax year, or it's lost forever.
Keep track of what you paid for classroom supplies. You can deduct $250 without itemizing.
Uncle Sam offers you a tax break to help defray costs of your new family member.
Come filing time, let your kids be a credit to you and your taxes.
Higher education costs climb every year. But you can take advantage of these tax breaks.
If you don't make a lot, the earned income tax credit could help you get some cash back.
A lot of Americans are out of work, but a job search might help cut their tax bills.
The IRS wants a bite of your income, but in some cases your money is taxed only partially.