The chances of getting audited are slim, but if you do find yourself in the hot seat with the IRS, you better be prepared.
If it comes down to paying your mortgage or credit card bill or the IRS, experts often recommend choosing the latter, because no one wants the agency as a creditor. Here's how to stay out of how...
Senate investigators describe how Credit Suisse went to extreme lengths to help wealthy Americans evade U.S. taxes -- some schemes seem straight out of a movie.
As more and more Americans are completing their 2013 tax returns, they are waking up to just how big a bite the new taxes surrounding Obamacare are going to have. Here's how to reduce help...
If you have ever received a letter from the IRS, chances are it left your head spinning. And for good reason.
No one really knows what will trigger an audit by the IRS, but experts say there are some common factors that can increase your chances of ending up in the hot seat.
It's usually better to borrow money to pay your tax bill than to rack up penalties and interest with the IRS. You have a few options, including credit cards
As much as we'd all like a refund this tax season, not everyone gets money back from the IRS. Here's what to do if you can't pay your taxes.
We can all agree that the tax code is over-the-top complicated and continues to get more complex with every year and every legislative session that passes. But taxpayers also play a role.