Agreement between the IRS and federal prisons seeks to end scam in which prisoners filed fake tax returns to collect refunds.
Jackson Hewitt sues H&R Block over commercials offering to fix mistakes in past returns.
The IRS is accepting returns and sending refunds electronically. Maybe it's time to do all your tax paperwork online.
Couples who trust each other may be able to dispense with expensive estate planning tactic.
Treasury secretary explains why administration favors lowering rates while eliminating deductions and credits.
President Obama's proposal for tax reform and a simplified tax code will run into trouble once talk turns to ending specific tax benefits.
Agency wins court case after arguing that CPA used ploy to avoid payroll taxes.
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