What’s the current state of Bill Cosby’s finances?

He was one the highest-paid entertainers in the world. Take a look at how he amassed his fortune, and what is left now.

How to book an entire vacation with cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency is so widely accepted that you can now plan a whole trip with it. But should you?

What to do with wedding flowers: This service repurposes floral arrangements for a great cause

Repeat Roses helps couples protect the environment, support a local hospital and get a tax break in one fell swoop.

Last-minute tax tips: A 10-minute tax guide for procrastinators

Here's everything you need to know to pick the best tax filing software, catch common missed deductions and get the biggest possible refund.

Same-sex marriage tax breaks: Are married LGBTQ couples leaving money on the table?

Filing taxes is confusing for everyone, but there are extra headaches for LGTBQ couples. Here's how to find out if you might be owed more money back.

Where is my tax refund? How to track federal or state return status and best use your 2018 IRS check

Tax refund tips for 2018, like where your check is, how to contact the IRS if you filed your return by the deadline and your refund is late and the best, smartest ways to spend or invest your cash.

Are your tax withholdings right? How to check with a calculator — and fix your 2018 paychecks

Tax refunds are a sign your withholdings might be wrong. How to check your 2018 paycheck and allowances, given changes from tax cuts and life events affecting your income tax bracket — and more.

Maximize your 2018 tax refund: 3 key tax tips to put cash in your pocket after you file your return

Income tax bracket tables, 2018 calculators, and details on credits, returns and refunds making your head spin? Breathe. These 3 simple moves lower your 2017 tax bill, leaving you richer this season.

Tax returns 2018: Here are the best and the worst places to live for getting a tax refund

2018 tax refund checks vary from state to state — but getting a smaller payout might actually be a good thing.

Tax return tips for 2018: 5 filing season savings moves and investments to maximize your 2017 refund

The spring 2018 tax deadline to file your 2017 tax returns is creeping up: Filing opens Jan. 29, and the deadline is April 18. Here's how to file for free and get a big check from Uncle Sam.

What to expect for your money in 2018 — and how to brighten your financial future

If your New Year's resolution is to save more money, get a raise or try your hand at "investing" in bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies, these are the economic trends to watch in 2018.

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Mic Wakeup: Here’s what both Democrats and Republicans will face in 2018

It's Wednesday, Dec. 27. Here's what you need to know.

The 17 biggest money lessons of 2017 to end up richer and wiser — and ready for 2018

As 2017 turns into 2018, here are the most important financial and career lessons of the last year to take with you into a smarter, richer, happier, better future.

After her “yes” vote on the tax bill, what will happen to Susan Collins?

"There are real consequences for voting to sell out the people of Maine."

Tax bill passes final vote: What does it mean for you? Your 9 biggest questions answered

Tax calculator seeming handy right now? Don't stress: Here's what's in the tax reform bill passed by House and Senate, when President Donald Trump could sign it and how your taxes could change.

‘Theft from the middle class’: Democrats vow revenge against House Republicans over tax bill

"I love that this is on the ballot in 2018," one House Democrat said.

When the Republican tax bill will likely pass

And what happens next.
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The GOP tax bill is an attack on children with disabilities — children like my daughter

Meet Natalie and Sophia in an exclusive op-ed for Mic ahead of the House vote on the Republican tax plan — and find out how you can take action to protect the lives of millions of Americans.

Why Republicans will ram through tax reform — despite low support and poor projections for 2018

Republicans are on track to lose seats in the 2018 midterm elections. But they know tax reform will fire up their base — and their donors.

If you live in one of these 36 states, you might have a harder time getting wine sent to your door

FedEx and UPS have announced that they're cracking down on out-of-state wine deliveries.

Here’s what Republican tax cuts could pay for

The tax cuts could pay for a decade worth of food stamps, nutrition and health care for infants and mothers, heating assistance for low-income families and cash grants to poor, struggling families.

Sen. Orrin Hatch sparks backlash after claiming there’s no money for children’s health plan

Hatch claimed there weren't funds for the children's health insurance program — right before giving tax breaks to corporations and wealthy Americans.

Senate Passes Tax Reform Bill: 5 key ways the plan will affect you

Here's the GOP tax bill explained, with details on how it could change your financial situation.

From phone campaigns to screaming street protests, Republicans are “under siege” over their tax plan

“The level of furious opposition creates the background conditions for the inside negotiations."

Tax on bitcoin? Here’s whether you need to pay capital gains taxes or not.

How much is bitcoin taxed in the U.S.? Here's what the IRS says and how to comply with the law if you own cryptocurrency.

11 changes in the Senate GOP tax bill that could affect you

This is what you should know as Republicans work to pass their tax plan.

Murkowski says she will vote for Republican tax plan, bringing bill one huge step closer to passing

With Murkowski voting for the tax bill, all eyes are on these key Republican senators.

7 smart money moves to make before 2018 — to end up richer in the new year

The end of 2017 is creeping up: From putting more money in your 401(k) to figuring out your health plan for 2018, now's a great time to get your finances in order.

What to watch for on a critical day for the Republican tax plan

Senators are having trouble wrangling the votes to pass $1.4 trillion in tax cuts to largely benefit corporations and wealthy Americans.

Student loans due? 5 smart moves to pay off private and federal education debt easily — and cheaply

Student loan repayment is confusing. Here's what to know about the interest deduction, debt forgiveness and how to pay back your loans if your grace period is up.