If you haven't prepared your 2009 return yet, all is not lost. Here's how to fix your tax situation.
By taking a close look at your tax return now, you can use it to help map out goals for the rest of the year.
So here we are, the final countdown to April 15 and the tax deadline. What’s left to do? Hopefully, not too much.
You can still get an extension on filing your taxes, but you won't be able to make IRA contributions past April 15.
Just because you don't qualify for the Lifetime Learning Credit doesn't mean you can't take advantage of another education deduction.
The American Opportunity Credit ony last for four years, so what if you're a grad student or in a five-year program? The Lifetime Learning Credit.
If Internet searches are any indication, there are plenty of people who are scrambling to get their taxes in.
A loophole in the American Opportunity Credit could help many college students that could be claimed as dependents qualify for the benefit.
Think your lucky lotto win won't be taxed? You're dead wrong. Thankfully, you can offset taxes on your winnings with loss deductions.
Education credits can seriously reduce the strain of a college tuition bill. Here are some details on a big benefit, the American Opportunity Credit.