This Tax Day, it's pretty clear the problem isn't the money coming into Washington. It's all the money being spent IN Washington.
As if a top rate of 40% weren't enough (and really 45% when you throw in health-care related Medicare and investment surtaxes). Squeeze them still more?
Who pays what in income taxes? With April 15 just around the corner, filers may be curious about where they fit into the system as a whole.
If you don't make a lot, the earned income tax credit could help you get some cash back.
If you’ve got any questions this tax season, don’t bother calling the IRS. Chances are, they won’t even pick up. The agency blames budget cuts, but here’s what I think…
With April 15th fast approaching, what if you don’t have the cash to pay your taxes?
Discover all the ways that dependents can help save money on your taxes.
Very few, if any, Americans like our current tax system but there is little agreement on how to change it. MoneyTips takes a look at some of the options that have recently been proposed.