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 fraud 2018: 3 top scams to beware, from fake IRS refunds to realistic emails and phone calls

Tax scams are harder to spot in 2018 than you’d expect. As you hunt for calculators, bracket tables and general help to file your return, be sure to also look out for sneaky signs of fraud.

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.

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.

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.

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.
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Here’s what Donald Trump could learn from Ronald Reagan about tax reform

Reagan's tax reforms made him a hero to Republicans. But they caused the deficit to grow — and his own policy adviser now says the tax cuts hurt the economy.

Tax Reform: This is the one big problem with the Republican tax “postcard” plan

Tax plan confusion? While House Republicans promise their "postcard" will make filing easier, it could easily make it harder. Here's why.

Tax Plan 2017: How the Senate Republican tax reform bill affects you and compares to the House plan

How does the Senate tax plan differ from the House version released on Nov. 2? Here's what we know for sure — and what President Donald Trump has said about the bill.

Trump tax reform 2017: Will the plan affect you? 5 things to know about tax cuts & the middle class

U.S. tax reform is now on the table in 2017. How might the details of President Donald Trump's tax cut proposal affect the middle class? Here's what to know about the expected bill.

Trump Tax Plan: Will GOP reform really help the middle class? 3 ways the “miracle” is a misnomer

Does the GOP tax plan actually help the middle class? Here are three ways the proposed reforms might not be the "miracle" Trump claims.

7 Things TV Gets Really Wrong About Being an Attorney

It takes 750 days to try a murder case in NYC. Not 30 minutes.
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There Has Been a Record 221% Spike in Americans Renouncing Their Citizenship. Here's Why.

And it's not because they're going Galt.

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Tim Cook Senate Hearing: Are Apple's Tax Avoidance Schemes Savvy Or Scummy?

Congressional criticism of Apple for using perfectly legal tax loopholes is lazy and misguided.
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Apple Tax Hearings: CEO Tim Cook Gets a Break With Questions From Senators McCaskill and Johnson

In one two-year span, Apple was able to make $35 billion in income disappear through the check-the-box loophole and avoid paying $12.5 billion in U.S. taxes, or $17 million a day.
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Tax Reform 2013: Corporations Won't Pay Up Unless We Make Them

Corporate tax reform should have a high priority, but achieving change must overcome major political hurdles.
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40% Of American Workers Will Be Freelancing Within 10 Years

Freelancers will become 40% of the workforce by 2020; an estimate which should spur the government to action to create systemic reforms.
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5 Tips to Millennials Filing Taxes

Filing your taxes does not have to be worse than going to the dentist. Follow these simple to tips to an easy return.