That's Not the IRS Calling: 4 Common Tax Scams That Might Affect You
From fake calls to fake websites, here are four scary things scammers are up to this tax season.
This One Weird Trick Could Steal Your Tax Refund And Maybe Identity Too
The biggest risk to our tax system doesn't come from North Korea and it's not the result of a fiendishly clever hacker. It's right in your own inbox.
Vape Juice Flavor Fans Find Brands and Community on Facebook
When the FDA tested 18 vape juice cartridges from two electronic cigarette companies, the government agency found that one sample contained a chemical used in industrial antifreeze.
Deducting Moving Expenses: You May Be Entitled to More Money Than You'd Expect
Did you move because of a new job or a new job location in 2014? You may be entitled to an “above-the-line” deduction for your moving expenses.
First Ever Marijuana Dental Care and Skin Care Line Rivals CBD-Based Products
AXIM Biotech uses a marijuana strain called Asso, but the research team is stopping short of launching CBG infused edibles.
4 Favorite Tax Tips for 2015 as Returns Go Rolling In to IRS
Deductions, loopholes, deferrals and retirement tax breaks, among other things, can keep cash in your pockets during tax time.
So Your Taxes Are Being Audited By the State or IRS: Now What?
A tax audit isn't the end of the world, but it can be a lot more difficult that it should if you go in angry, disorganized and alone.
Some People are Willing to Pay More Taxes? Here Are Three Reasons Why
Some of us would actually be willing to pay more taxes if we could be assured that the money would be spent on truly valuable programs.
Although Tempted To Go On Vacation, Most Americans Will Spend Their Tax Refund On This
A lump sum tax refund is an opportunity to improve finances and even pay off debt.
Fall Behind On Your Taxes? These States Might Post You Up On the Internet
Some states have begun shaming delinquent taxpayers by publishing lists of their top scofflaws. The question is, does it really work?