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Too many real estate investors fail to take advantage of 1031 exchanges to defer capital gains taxes.
06/19/15 - 02:57 PM EDT
Uncle Sam generally wants a quarter of your lottery, casino, sweepstakes or even keno winnings over a certain amount. But there are ways to reduce the hurt.
05/11/15 - 10:22 AM EDT
Cash-strapped states are cracking down on domicile law, so it helps to commit to your tax-free second home if you want the breaks that come with it.
04/30/15 - 08:30 AM EDT
If you're going to miss the deadline for filing your taxes, you have options -- but they're limited.
04/15/15 - 03:47 PM EDT
Some states are better at spending our tax dollars than others -- and these are just the worst.
04/14/15 - 11:23 AM EDT
We all pay taxes, but some of us are getting more for our money. It depends on what state you live in.
04/14/15 - 11:22 AM EDT
Tax deductions for homeowners range from mortgage interest to discount points to property taxes.
04/13/15 - 05:00 PM EDT
John Sweeney, the executive vice president for retirement and investing strategies at Fidelity Investments, says 37% of all IRA contributions are made just three weeks ahead of the deadline.
04/09/15 - 03:51 PM EDT
Greg Rosica, a tax partner at Ernst & Young, says taxpayers should look for easy deductions when applicable to lower their tax bills, and should double-check all their work.
03/25/15 - 06:16 PM EDT
Don't overlook potential deductions this tax season like missing items that carry over from a prior year or net gambling losses, said Greg Rosica, Tax Partner at Ernst & Young.
03/25/15 - 04:17 PM EDT
Here are 10 tax-filing tips as published by MainStreet, the personal finance site in TheStreet network.
03/13/15 - 08:30 AM EDT
Why the trillion dollars of U.S. corporate cash “trapped” overseas isn’t as much of a problem as you might think.
02/23/15 - 10:36 AM EST