Refunds on prepaid debit cards come with a variety of fees. If you don't have a bank account, a paper check might cost you less.
Not long ago, investors wondered whether the stock would top out at $500. Now it's at $600. Here's the case for a much bigger move by the end of 2015.
New rules for reporting payments to companies and vendors could trip up small businesses. The IRS' goal is to catch tax cheats.
Those who peddle their wares on eBay, Etsy and other sites are required to pay income and self-employment taxes on their profit. Big sellers will get a new form this year.
Parents whose incomes are too high to qualify for the college tuition tax credits should see if their children qualify.
You can claim a tax credit of up to $13,360 this year for adopting a child, but you have to document expenses and file a paper return.
The closely watched central bank is now just 140 characters and a typo from setting off a panic.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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