A Slate columnist argues that childless Americans should pony up some more cash for taxes and that parents should get a bigger break.
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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.
If you're eligible, a home office deduction can save you big bucks at tax time. If you're not, claiming it can get you in big trouble.
The renewal of 55 federal extenders that expired last year is on Congress' to-do list for 2014.
Studies show breaks designed to attract moviemakers produce few economic benefits.
Despite the death of a 2009 bill to make pet expenses tax deductible, there are instances when owners can save money on their tax bills.
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