More than 1 million taxpayers who were due a refund failed to file. If you're one of them, you have until April 17 to claim your money.
Conservatives say the agency is asking for too much documentation, but officials say they are just trying to weed out ineligible groups.
A number of major tax breaks expire at the end of the year. With an election looming, it's hard to know whether any will be extended.
State and local income taxes, property taxes and other levies can be deducted from your taxable income. But some of those tax breaks require you to itemize.
Improving economic numbers and a rising stock market have fooled us before, and there could another shock ahead. But here’s why this move up looks different.
President Obama has proposed raising the tax on capital gains and dividends from its current 15% rate to the same rates as earned income. Would it hurt more than help?
As Republicans slug it out in today’s primary, improving jobs numbers favor Obama on the road to November. The state has added 100,000 jobs in two years.
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