Some families that aren't required to file tax returns because of low incomes might want to file anyway to collect the earned income tax credit. It's not too late.
The incentive helped seal a deal with Toyota to move nearly all production of the ES luxury vehicle to Kentucky.
Now that your 2012 taxes are filed, it's time to re-examine your investments to determine if a different strategy would save you money on taxes.
Anonymous trading, cloud-based holdings and limited Treasury regulation could make the online currency virtually tax-free.
While most Americans are paying more, corporations are benefiting as never before from provisions that tilt steeply in their favor.
Many people have the urge to splurge with their once-a-year windfall. But how you use the money makes all the difference.
The president and his wife report an effective tax rate of 18.4% for 2012.
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