Don't try to write off your wedding as a charitable contribution, and those porn magazines probably are not business expenses.
The tax deadline this year is April 18. But if you find that you owe and can't pay, don't bury your head in the sand. File your return on time, then check out these options for dealing with the debt.
Follow the rules, take advantage of free help, organize your records and know when you need a pro.
That email is NOT from the IRS. Also, be careful with your files, both paper and electronic, to avoid identity theft.
Almost 100 offices nationwide will be open to answer questions and help with returns. We also have tips on other sources of free tax-return help.
Agency offering carrots and sticks to force taxpayers and preparers to file electronically. Plus, tax benefits to remember this year.
The agency began processing returns with Schedule A on Feb. 14, but is having trouble keeping up with the flood of electronic returns sent this week.
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