President Trump is having discussions with GOP lawmakers about a possible second round of tax cuts.
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President Trump signed cuts into law in December, but most of the changes will affect next year’s returns.
On one of the busiest tax days of the year, IRS software failures highlight a desperate need for the agency to modernize its systems.
GOP lawmakers are looking ahead to a second phase.
The president has consistently declined to make his returns public.
April 18 is the new deadline for filing.
“This is a case made by your countryman John Locke, who argued that taxation is theft."
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Filers who don’t need to pay off debt have several alternatives.
EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT PLAN DEADLINE Small business owners who are considering starting retirement plans for their employees have a chance to save on their 2017 taxes.
In order to avoid paying a penalty to the IRS, here’s what you need to know as the deadline draws near.
Even a minor mistake can put you in line for an audit.
PHONE AND PHISHING SCAMS Income tax filing season brings an increase in activity by would-be thieves using phone calls and email to try to get money out of taxpayers.
Tax savings aren't just for the rich.
Filing status and dependent tax deductions are among the key concerns.
Tax season is prime hunting season for financial predators. Folks are worried enough about correctly filing their returns, so they take any indication that they've done something wrong very seriously.