It costs an arm and a leg -- and sometimes another arm -- to raise a child. These tax breaks can help you recoup some of that money you spent on diapers.
Every dollar of deductions and credits you uncover can mean money in your pocket. Don't file that return until you've gone over this list.
Taxpayers will see some of the biggest changes in the federal tax code in more than a decade.
Studies show breaks designed to attract moviemakers produce few economic benefits.
While fewer than 1 percent of all tax returns are audited, there's no guarantee you won't appear on the IRS' radar. But there are ways to reduce the risk.
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.
Some families that aren't required to file tax returns because of low incomes might want to file anyway to collect the earned income tax credit. It's not too late.
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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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