Mail from the IRS can cause anxiety, but Jane Bryant Quinn explains how to handle the situation calmly.
When it's time to sell your business, you want to make it attractive to buyers while minimizing your own tax liabilities.
Graduates of institutions of higher education are burdened by their debt, but increasingly so, their families are too.
Tax credits for higher education are often overlooked. Jane Bryant Quinn explains how can nab these some tax breaks.
As the issue of marriage equality reaches the Supreme Court these week, there are significant financial implications for gay couples.
There’s little chance for error when it comes to e-filing, but being in a rush can be it's own mistake.
You make what you think is a responsible financial decision, but it drops your credit score. Why?
New Republic Executive Editor Greg Veis discusses the "Slyer Than Fox" cover story on MSNBC and the magazine's overall trajectory.
The Taxpayer Advocate Service is the IRS' way of making it easy to resolve tax disputes.
Does it seem like your IRS auditor is making up tax law? It's not always your imagination.