Moving to a low-tax state could significantly reduce your tax bill in retirement.
The year is nearly over, and so are your opportunities to make some moves that might help you save on income tax.
Several state and local governments want to swap a gas tax for a pay-per-mile tax -- using a little black box to track your car's movements.
Ah, the freedom to give money to the government -- together. New IRS rules apply to all married same-sex couples, no matter where they live.
So you've accumulated frequent flyer miles and cash-back bonuses using your credit card - but do you have to pay taxes on them?
Buried within the fiscal cliff deal are 2 treasured homeowner tax perks restored by Congress.
Obama and Romney should tackle these major financial issues -- whether or not they come up tonight.
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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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