GOP opposes plan that would raise taxes on businesses and the wealthy while cutting taxes for the working poor and the middle class.
Agency changes rule and declares that breast pumps are deductible and can be purchased with FSA funds.
These credits and deductions may make organizing and filing your taxes less painful.
Virtually everyone in the United States is eligible for some sort of free tax preparation help, from free in-person preparation and electronic filing to filing free forms online.
Military widows can't collect both survivor benefits and benefits from an annuity bought by the dead veteran -- unless they remarry after they're 57.
You can order your tax transcripts and copies of returns online. Transcripts are free, but those copies will cost you.
Americans are paying less in federal taxes than they did under Bush, and taxes are taking the smallest share of GDP since Truman was president.
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