Taxpayers who forgot a deduction or credit don't have to live with the consequences. You can file an amended return and get a refund of your overpayment.
Now that your 2012 taxes are filed, it's time to re-examine your investments to determine if a different strategy would save you money on taxes.
Many people have the urge to splurge with their once-a-year windfall. But how you use the money makes all the difference.
With tax time behind you, it's time to look at whether you really need all those piles of papers you've been saving.
If you didn't make the maximum contribution to your health spending account, you can still contribute and get a tax writeoff.
It's not too late to contribute to an IRA, a Roth IRA, a SEP-IRA or a health savings account. An extension will extend some deadlines to Oct. 15.
The tax agency reportedly plans to track tax cheats on social media. So be careful if your posts don't match your reported income.
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