The year is nearly over, and so are your opportunities to make some moves that might help you save on income tax.
The federal government was shut down for more than two weeks -- and that's about how much longer than usual you'll probably have to wait for your refund next year.
There's still time to gather all the tax deductions you can before 2013 is over. Bonus: You'll get more organized in the process.
Many people have the urge to splurge with their once-a-year windfall. But how you use the money makes all the difference.
Many people enjoy getting tax refunds. But it makes better financial sense to adjust your withholding and use your money all year. Here's how to do that.
A vacation would be fun, but you'll get more bang for your buck if you invest in energy-saving improvements or maybe even a new car.
They say it takes money to make money. If you're about to get a tax refund, here are 7 ways to leverage that cash into more.
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