GOVERNMENT AND INSTITUTIONS
A judge has dismissed a legal challenge to New York's property tax cap from the state's largest teachers union in a decision that Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Thursday was a victory...
Last week Internal Revenue Service commissioner John Koskinen reported to a congressional subcommittee about certain upcoming changes within the Internal Revenue Service....
Plan to tap savings bonds to pay for education? Avoid getting schooled by the taxman.
Normally, you have to withdraw money from accounts by age 72, but there are exceptions.
Many Americans have been under the misconception that income earned on foreign soil is not taxable here at home, especially if taxes are paid in the foreign country. And that's...
Unexpected life events can create major issues with the IRS.
Your Money Matters
When it comes to creating a retirement savings plan, too many boomers are relying on working longer--and that doesn't always happen.
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...
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.
Leasing or buying a car for business can have tax benefits. Which is right for you?