GOP candidate wants to cut tax rates and increase exemptions for children, plus cut domestic spending. But his budget cuts wouldn't replace nearly all the lost revenue.
April 15 is a Sunday and April 16 is a holiday in the District of Columbia, which means taxpayers will have 2 more days to prepare their returns.
Americans want a new tax system, a Pew survey finds. Democrats and independents are worried about fairness, while Tea Party Republicans decry complexity of the current system.
Pay attention to detail, weigh tax consequences of contracts, beware of independent contractor woes and answer IRS queries quickly.
Americans living abroad and dual citizens could owe penalties even if they don't owe back taxes -- and that possibility may prevent many from stepping forward.
Americans who are worried during tax season -- which includes almost everyone -- are easy targets for con artists. Don't let them get you.
AMC Entertainment and Kayak may also hit the market. But after mixed results in 2011, the prospects for the coming year are far from certain.
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