It costs an arm and a leg -- and sometimes another arm -- to raise a child. These tax breaks can help you recoup some of that money you spent on diapers.
Got an urge to cut corners on your tax returns? Your accountant probably isn't going to play ball.
Despite the marriage bonus most couples see at tax time, some upper- and lower-income people pay more taxes because they're married. Here's why.
Some families that aren't required to file tax returns because of low incomes might want to file anyway to collect the earned income tax credit. It's not too late.
Working parents can save on their taxes through the child-care tax credit or by using a flexible spending account. Do the math to see which works better for you.
If you got married or divorced, took in an elderly parent, lost your job or adopted a child, you may need to adjust your tax planning.
After paying expenses for your children all year, be sure to claim all the tax deductions and credits to which you're entitled.
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