The IRS says it has made “major progress” against identity theft in tax returns, but evolving tactics still threaten taxpayers’ sensitive data.
There are calls for taxpayers to receive restitution for fees they allegedly did not need to pay to the companies.
Some filers received tax day surprises this year as a result of changes to the tax law.
Your tax refund is not a bonus check, said Chris Hogan.
Two local holidays have postponed the tax deadline for Americans in certain states.
The IRS expects to receive more than 33 million returns throughout the coming two weeks.
The extended deadline for the current tax season is Oct. 15.
Individual taxes are expected to be lower for about 80 percent of Americans.
How far will people go to limit their tax obligations?
Here’s a look at what Americans are saying about their experiences so far this year.
In order to avoid paying a penalty to the IRS, here’s what you need to know as the deadline draws near.
If you weren't happy with your tax bill this year, or you're worried about next year's, this is the time to take action.
The average refund was about $2,957 as of March 15
Some taxpayers have been surprised by refund amounts this year.
Tax-related identity theft could lead to a lifetime of problems for the victim.
Most Americans hesitated to say they were “very confident” in their tax knowledge.
More than 1 million taxpayers who haven’t filed their 2015 returns are at risk of losing out on their cash.
Failure to follow the tax agency’s rules could result in the imposition of penalties.
A significant number of taxpayers think some above-board strategies could cause trouble with the IRS.
So far this year the average refund is $3,143.