The April 17 tax filing deadline is quickly approaching, and Americans who haven't yet filed their taxes may be scrambling to do so. Others who have already completed their returns, but owe a bill
Common knowledge tells most taxpayers that if they are receiving a large refund at the end of filing season, they did not withhold enough from their paychecks and essentially provided an interest-free
Jobless Americans may be facing several financial obstacles while they seek a new job, and the prospect of owing a tax bill can be stressful for unemployed individuals. Although individuals will be ta
Deductions are one of the most common allowances Americans use to lower their tax liability during filing season, and these write-offs exist in several categories. Many taxpayers are aware of the most
While the unemployment crisis has made modest improvements in recent months, joblessness in the United States remains stubbornly high. Filing season can exacerbate the hardship under which many unempl
After the paperwork gathering and meeting with the tax preparer is over and done with, most Americans happily anticipate their refund from the IRS.
Most taxpayers have mixed feelings about filing season, with some dreading the stress of gathering and organizing their records and paperwork but also looking forward to receiving a refund when it'
Determining what is taxable and what is off limits to Uncle Sam during filing season can be difficult sometimes when it comes to lesser-known sources of income or gifts. And a new move from Citibank m
College costs represent a significant expense to parents and students, and once tuition, room and board, books and fees are factored in, the final price tag can reach tens of thousands of dollars. How
Most individuals spend January and February awaiting their W-2 and 1099 forms from employers, lenders and other entities, and March organizing their supporting tax documents, such as invoices, receipt