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.
The taxability of disability income depends on whether and how you paid the premiums.
Tax law changes often and quickly and can affect many unsuspecting taxpayers, luckily, the IRS is all over social media.
A vacation can be even more satisfying when you get financial help for your trip via the tax code.
You don't have to meet a high hurdle to deduct premiums if your small business is profitable.
If you're one of the millions getting tax credits to help pay health insurance premiums under the Affordable Care Act, you need to start reviewing your taxes now.
If efforts to sell your unwanted stuff are unsuccessful, you can take a tax deduction for donations of used clothing and household items that are in good or better condition.