Software error leads Ohio to notify 9,700 residents told they'd be getting big refunds. The problem has been fixed.
March 15 is the final deadline to use the funds in your flexible spending account. Most over-the-counter items won't qualify.
Some states, such as Colorado, don't require much farming to get a tax-saving agricultural exemption.
The IRS accepts plastic but, unlike mechants, it doesn't pay the fee for you to use it, which is up to 2.35%.
Leaving the waitstaff bills for a tip will simplify their lives and make sure the money gets to the right place.
Many states provide tax incentives for making movies there. But some are cutting the subsidies, saying the benefits are not worth the cost.
What if you could take this year’s tax refund, spend every dime, then get it all back, plus 30%? Impossible? Not at all.
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