Don't Miss These Above The Line Deductions For Savings On Your Taxes
Not all deductions are created equal. While most aren't worth it for the average taxpayer, the IRS lets you take these benefits while keeping the standard deduction.
Tax Deductions and Credits Homeowners Should Not Miss
Tax deductions for homeowners range from mortgage interest to discount points to property taxes.
Best Mobile Apps to Help With Your Taxes (or De-Stress While You Do Them)
When paying taxes, smaller is better — whether it's paying less taxes or using apps to help manage the filing experience.
How to Minimize the Impact of a Divorce On Your Current Taxes
Even after the proverbial ink has dried on their divorce papers, many couples are still on the hook for owing money on taxes.
North Carolina Vets Organize to Put Medical Marijuana Use on State GOP Platform
Fayetteville-based military veterans organize to put marijuana reform on the state Republican ballot as House Democrats introduce new reform bill.
Cannabranding Is All The Rage As Willie Nelson Announces Entrance to Cannabiz
Seeking to establish national presence in the face of federal restrictions, companies are turning to branding strategy in the marijuana sector.
How Military Families Can Make the Most of Their Last-Minute Tax Filing
Military personnel and their families have a few more retirement contributions and writeoffs than their civilian counterparts, if they know where to look.
Beat the Clock: Savvy, Last-Minute Tax Tips For 11th-Hour Filers
Don't rush to file your taxes this week. It could cost you big money.
Know the Rules of Tax Extensions or IRS May Rule Against You
With April 15 approaching fast, you might be thinking 'delay, delay, delay,' and that's no crime — unless you don't let the IRS know your plans.
What Newly Divorced Parents Need to Know About Filing Taxes
Former spouses turned co-parents who don't coordinate their separate income taxes are asking for an audit.