If you had debt canceled last year, perhaps through a foreclosure or short sale, you probably received a 1099-C listing the canceled debt as income. Here's how to cope.
Here's how to determine if you need a professional to prepare your tax return and, if you do, how to find the right one.
If you're self-employed or freelance on the side, you should have received 1099s from all your clients by now. If those numbers are wrong, it's important to have them corrected.
Most Americans are eligible for free tax preparation, but many don't realize that. Here's where to find help.
Volunteers nationwide provide free assistance to taxpayers who need help with their returns, and many Americans qualify. Here's how to find help in your city.
The alternative minimum tax, designed to make sure wealthy individuals paid their share, now ensnares the middle class in paperwork -- and sometimes higher taxes.
Here's all the math you need to know to calculate your income tax return, from the standard deduction to the Alternative Minimum Tax threshold.
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