Look, no one wants to admit to a bad investment, but sometimes, you just have to cut the cord. And that separation will help your tax bill in April.
Paying your January mortgage and yearly property taxes in December pays off at tax time.
Contributing to charity not only makes you feel good, but it is a great way to get your tax bill down, especially if you itemize your deductions.
By doing a little homework, you too can donate wisely to charities just like Bill and Melinda Gates.
If you got a big tax refund last year -- like over $1,000 – why should Uncle Sam get to play with your money all year? Why not give yourself a Christmas bonus and go reduce the amount of...
A version of this article appeared in the October 2014 Consumer Reports Money Adviser.
The Affordable Care Act and expiring tax provisions could tie up the tax-prep season and delay taxpayers’ refunds in 2015.
Fall is the perfect time to plan your approach to tax forms you won't file until next April. By using the next four months strategically, you may be able to reduce the amount you owe.
As the fall semester kicks off at colleges across the country, students and parents should be doing their homework on what educational expenses can be deducted.