The amount of income tax you owe the government depends on a variety of factors. Knowing what those factors are can help you reduce your tax burden...
The IRS starts tax filing season with Free File, an electronic filing program for taxpayers.
Ten months after a major hack into taxpayer information at the IRS, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration says the IRS is still working on bolstering its Internet sign-in procedures.
Doing some advance work before the end of the year can save you money when tax time arrives. Consider the following ways that you may be able to save.
By planning ahead, before the end of the year, you can save yourself money come tax time.
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz breaks down his flat tax plan.
Government waste took a significant turn for the worse in fiscal 2014, rising dramatically to $124.7 billion from $105.8 billion in fiscal 2013.
In America, those who pay more than eight out of every ten dollars collected in federal income taxes are criticized by those who don’t pay their “fair share” at all.
To keep from feeling overwhelmed, follow these steps to prepare for getting IRS help.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush unveiled his simplified tax plan Wednesday.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker pledged to defend working families through policies such as lower taxes if Republican voters choose him as the GOP nominee.
Constant neurotic fiddling of the tax code, and the push to turn the nation’s tax collector into a policy enforcer, is wrecking it for taxpayers.
Before you file your next income tax return, see if you qualify for any of these tax credits and work your way to a bigger tax refund.
Presidential hopeful Rand Paul states his case for a flat tax that could lead to more jobs.
If you get a large tax refund this year -- or any sort of large windfall, for that matter -- it's natural to be tempted to run out and spend it. However, you may be surprised at how much a big purchase really costs you.
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…