Planning ahead for next year's tax season can save you money and headaches. An expert provides tips on what you can do now to put yourself in a good position the next time you file.
FOX Business' Gerri Willis reports on the latest news from the Treasury Department on Tax Day.
Taxpayers can file through paperless services, a professional or by mail.
There are tax benefits to claiming an elderly parent as a dependent. But can you do it?
No taxpayer wants to hear from the IRS unless it involves a refund, and they don't want to have to reach out to you, either. So, the agency shared tips on how to avoid getting a dreaded letter from the tax man.
No matter how much you spend raising your children, the government does give you a break of sorts by offering credits and deductions at tax time. Here are some of the biggest.
A stock split will increase the number of Amazon shares in your account, but are there tax consequences?
Worked a side gig last year? Here's how to tackle your tax return.
Hiring a tax preparer could work to your benefit.
If you're counting on a tax refund, the earlier you file, the earlier you'll have the money you need.
Tips for first time self-employed filers
The IRS says most taxpayers that claimed either the Earned Income Tax Credit or Additional Child Tax Credit should receive their refund by March 1.
Your tax refund amount could be lower if you received advanced monthly payments in 2021.
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Those who took the child tax credit may be in for a surprise change in their refund size, or other potential complications, highlighting the downsides of administering family programs without a plan.
Credible.com personal finance expert Dan Roccato on how to avoid scams for the 2022 tax season.
Now that tax season is in full swing, taxpayers who participated in last year’s boom in cryptocurrency and other digital assets like non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are figuring out what it all means for their taxes.
Taxpayers received an average tax refund of nearly $3,000 in 2021, according to the IRS, and it's possible to use this cash windfall to improve your financial situation.
The 2022 tax season is officially underway, and the IRS has one request for Americans looking to get their refund faster: File your return electronically and as soon as possible.
Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist discusses Biden's latest IRS push and the impact it will have on independent contractors and those who have a 'side hustle.'