You won't get rich, but tax laws will give you some profit -- if you make the right investments.
Some tax breaks that expire after this year are available even to those who don't itemize.
Anyone who makes up to $57,000 a year can use Free File. But you still might want to visit an accountant.
Combining tax-free home rental with charitable donation is a win for both you and your favorite cause.
Add up deductions, credits for children, a few other credits and soon you're up to $79,000 in tax-free income.
Lawyer went all the way to Tax Court with attempt to write off prostitutes and porn as medical deductions.
Instead of getting a tax refund, you can keep the money to use during the year.
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