No, you can't make a whole year's payments and save more. Be careful that accelerated payments don't throw you into an Alternative Minimum Tax situation.
One-Percenter of the Week: Earning 47% more than the No. 2 chief executive in 2010, McKesson's John Hammergren tops a new list of well-compensated honchos.
A new poll finds support for continuing the payroll tax cut and deep discontent with Congress. More voters favor service cuts over tax increases.
Treatment of short-term and long-term losses is different, but either may get you a reduction in taxable income, and therefore tax owed.
States disagree over how deal purchases should be taxed. California has decided to levy sales tax only on what you pay, but New York argues you should pay tax on the full value.
GOP candidate's proposal would cut taxes 62% for millionaires and put a major hole in the federal budget, analysis finds. Gingrich disputes deficit projection.
An income of $343,927 puts you into the top 1%. If you make $32,396 a year, you're in the top 50% of wage earners. Check how much each group pays in taxes.
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