With all the maneuvering, it's hard to keep up without a scorecard. Here are the major changes that will affect your taxes this year.
California agent filed fake tax returns for relatives and claimed false deductions for mortgage interest and alimony.
Liens for unpaid taxes rose 14% last year. The IRS says it gives people ample chances to pay, but advocate decries practice.
Dec. 31 is the deadline to sell losing investments, open a Keogh account or donate to charity for the 2010 tax year.
Professors start website to encourage wealthy Americans to donate their tax savings to charities.
H&R Block's inability to provide the loans this year is good news for consumers. Why pay enormous fees to get your own money?
Homeowners who don't itemize lost a deduction, but TV producers, rum makers and race horse buyers gained.
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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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