Some employees have until March 15 to use up all the money in their flexible spending accounts. Here are some quick ways to use it so you don't lose it.
This year's W-2s for some employees show the value of health benefits provided by employers. Is one of the biggest tax breaks out there on the chopping block?
The IRS allows taxpayers who take the standard deduction to cut their taxes by claiming certain adjustments to income without filling out Schedule A.
The fiscal cliff deal restored a tax benefit for commuters who use mass transit, making it worth the same as a tax break for those who drive and park.
NASCAR, rum, electric vehicles and algae all got special treatment in the latest tax legislation, though none of the measures got an up-or-down vote from Congress.
Taxing the value of employer-sponsored health insurance could raise $150 billion in 2013.
Most plans require employees to use themoney in their flexible spending accounts by the end of the year or forfeit it. The program will change slightly next year.
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