The tax agency reportedly plans to track tax cheats on social media. So be careful if your posts don't match your reported income.
The IRS will grant an automatic extension to anyone who asks. But you still have to estimate what you owe and send the money.
Because the IRS charges taxpayers a hefty fee to use plastic, it's usually not a good deal. If you don't have the cash, other options could cost you less.
Bud, Coors and Miller bring huge returns to Missouri, Colorado and Wisconsin, but small brewers also fuel economic growth in some states.
Under pressure to repair their dilapidated roads, at least 17 states have enacted or are considering raising their per-gallon levy.
A plain vanilla return is usually safer than one that stands out. But if you have deductions that are above average, it's OK to take them.
In your rush to get your return filed on time, watch for these pitfalls. Some can be difficult and expensive to fix.
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