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Depending on where you live, state and local sales taxes will increase how much money you're paying at the register.
A new report predicts huge swaths of Americans should expect bigger tax refunds — but not everyone is set to benefit
The new GOP tax law went into effect at the start of 2018, and a UBS analysis suggests it could have a big impact on federal tax refund checks.
When can you expect to file your 2018 taxes? Your employer should send your W-2 by the end of January — but the 2019 filing season might be delayed.
The IRS deadline to file your tax return is April 15 in 2019, but there are certain things to be aware of before filing your taxes.
You may be able to cut down your tax bill with a little-known credit if you saved for retirement this year
The Saver's Credit enables low- to moderate-income taxpayers saving for retirement to reduce their tax bill by up to $2,000.
Ohio businesses can soon pay certain taxes with Bitcoin, a first in the US.
From organizing files to examining the letter from the IRS, here's what not to do and what to do if you get audited by the IRS.
Your Black Friday and Cyber Monday purchases will cost a little more depending on how high your state and local sales taxes are.
Here are some tax breaks, deductibles, and incentives around the world that you won't find in the US
Here's the ultimate tax preparation checklist that includes everything you should be doing to prepare for tax season and the paperwork you might need.