President wants to give agency more money for service, but don't expect that to be easy in this political climate.
The agency began processing returns with Schedule A on Feb. 14, but is having trouble keeping up with the flood of electronic returns sent this week.
It's your name on the bottom line, so make sure you find someone who is ethical and competent.
Agency changes rule and declares that breast pumps are deductible and can be purchased with FSA funds.
You can order your tax transcripts and copies of returns online. Transcripts are free, but those copies will cost you.
Senators agree to revert to old law and throw out new requirement that businesses send 1099s to vendors. Landlords still must do additional reporting.
Jackson Hewitt sues H&R Block over commercials offering to fix mistakes in past returns.
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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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