There's no room for error when it comes to the IRS, which is probably why 59% of Americans pay someone to do their taxes for them. But it it worth it?
Growing numbers of Americans are now self-employed, and that's presenting a small challenge this time of the year.
You do not need to actually claim a person as a dependent on your 2013 Form 1040 to be able to deduct medical expenses you paid for that person.
To fuel your healthy appetite for Schadenfreude, we bring you a selection of auditing nightmares.
Beginning with 2013, thanks to the Affordable Care Act, if you are under age 65 medical expenses are deductible only to the extent that the total exceeds 10% of your ...
As if owing money to Uncle Sam this year is not bad enough, there are countless online scammers waiting to defraud consumers of their hard-earned cash.
The problem with tax mistakes is that you just don't know you are making them.
Do not fail to claim a legitimate and documented tax deduction just because you read somewhere that it is an IRS "red flag" and claiming it will substantially increase ...
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