While Congress extended the “Bush” tax cuts through 2012, several popular temporary tax breaks are set to expire Dec. 31.
The end of the 2011 is just around the corner, but there’s still time to save on your taxes. MainStreet's tax expert has compiled a list of payments you can still fit in for your 2011 return.
As rising tuition payments come due, MainStreet's tax expert breaks down the terms and conditions surrounding 10 education-related tax deductions.
Planning your next vacation can earn you a tax break and save a ton of cash if you time it with a business-related conference. Here’s how to do it to keep the deductions in line with tax law.
A Gallup poll shows which deductions and taxes Americans really consider “off limits.”
Planning on doing your own taxes this year? Here are some mistakes you don't want to make, unless you want Uncle Sam knocking on your door.
April isn't the best month to think about your taxes, December is. Here are eight tips for maximizing your 2010 return.
Thanks to the Small Business Jobs Act, self-employed taxpayers can deduct health insurance premiums from their taxes.
Starting this tax filing season, when 2010 federal income tax returns are prepared, the IRS will regulate all individuals filing 1040s for a fee.
Many tax preparers fear the home office deduction, telling their clients it will raise a red flag on their return. Our tax expert examines the issue.