More people who lost jobs applied for benefits. If you overpaid, you can get that money back.
IRS sues 2 Miami tax preparers, saying their clients' claims were bogus.
Retirees' returns are rejected, and some workers face surprise tax bills because of problems with stimulus measures.
Toyota recall has some shoppers looking at other brands, but be sure to check out any potential hybrid purchase.
Add up deductions, credits for children, a few other credits and soon you're up to $79,000 in tax-free income.
Obama wants to retain or expand many tax credits, reinstate estate tax.
Previous fraud prompts IRS to require paper documents to claim home buyer tax credit, which will delay refunds.
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