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.
Leasing or buying a car for business can have tax benefits. Which is right for you?
Tax law changes often and quickly and can affect many unsuspecting taxpayers, luckily, the IRS is all over social media.
You can use one of three general options when reporting gains and losses to the IRS.
A vacation can be even more satisfying when you get financial help for your trip via the tax code.
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.
Want to put your second home to work? Rent it. Just make sure you know and follow IRS rules.
You don't have to worry about the IRS when using credit card points, but your employer is another story.
Procrastinators beware: Tax planning isn’t just something you have to deal with at the end of the year and then again in April.
All Americans are now required to have health insurance or be subject to a penalty that will be paid on next year’s income tax return. But there's a tax credit available to many to help reduce...