The average rate for top earners has plummeted from 26% to 17% since 1992, while the average rate for all has fallen from 9.9% to 9.3%. Congress is talking about cutting tax breaks, but which ones?
March 15 is the final deadline to use the funds in your flexible spending account. Most over-the-counter items won't qualify.
Treasury secretary explains why administration favors lowering rates while eliminating deductions and credits.
President Obama's proposal for tax reform and a simplified tax code will run into trouble once talk turns to ending specific tax benefits.
Dec. 31 is the deadline to sell losing investments, open a Keogh account or donate to charity for the 2010 tax year.
Homeowners who don't itemize lost a deduction, but TV producers, rum makers and race horse buyers gained.
You have one more week to pay property taxes, add energy-saving improvements, dump losing stocks and empty your FSA account.
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