The mortgage interest deduction is a major incentive to home ownership -- but it's also inherently unfair.
We’re more than half way through 2014: Where does your business stand in terms of taxes?
Any time you encounter a major life change, whether it’s a marriage, divorce, buying a home or starting a business, it’s important to review the tax implications and create the best strategy--and...
There's nothing better than an unexpected cash flow--but the IRS wants in on the action as well.
Every couple of years utterances of the implementation of a flat tax emerge. In fact, in a tax seminar during the early 1990s, a well-revered speaker made one of those mark-my-words predictions...
When an investment opportunity sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Especially when it comes to taking advantage of the tax code.
With all the required paperwork and changing regulations, it can be easy for businesses to find themselves in tax trouble.
At more than 75,000 pages, it can be hard to sort through the tax code to find your rights. But now the IRS has made it easier with the Taxpayer Bill of Rights.
If you are launching a new business, you may want to consider forming a separate entity such as a corporation or LLC, to protect your personal financial life.
To make divorce proceedings even more painful, the tax man often gets involved and makes the process even more complicated.