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Red states have a lower total tax burden than blue states - with nearly a 13 point differential based on Wallethub.com's rankings.
04/17/16 - 12:00 PM EDT
Consumers receive a rare reprieve this year to file their taxes because of two federal and state holidays, giving taxpayers until April 18.
04/17/16 - 10:00 AM EDT
Hedge funds just aren't worth it if you have to pay taxes, a painful reality that the celebrated Yale endowment might soon face.
04/16/16 - 07:56 AM EDT
The overwhelming majority of returns have been filed by now, and you have everything to lose by not at least filing for an extension now. Stop procrastinating.
04/15/16 - 12:06 PM EDT
The deadline for filing your tax returns has a silver lining, thanks to a variety of sweet offers from popular retailers.
04/15/16 - 08:57 AM EDT
If you make less than $62,000, check out this IRS website that links you to industry-leading tax services and lets you file your return free.
04/13/16 - 01:58 PM EDT
So you're an average Joe or Jane and you want to avoid income taxes. Is setting up a shell company the way to do it?
04/13/16 - 12:55 PM EDT
Americans who owe the IRS a large amount of taxes can either pay off their delinquent bill with a credit card or face monthly payments.
04/13/16 - 09:33 AM EDT
Don't file your taxes, unless you use these five tips first.
04/13/16 - 09:07 AM EDT
Owing more federal income tax than you can pay is a manageable situation with several viable solutions.
04/13/16 - 08:41 AM EDT
Setting up a self-directed Individual Retirement Account is a powerful and increasingly popular investment move, but avoid these common pitfalls that could ruin your portfolio.
04/12/16 - 03:42 PM EDT
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The generation of teachers born between 1980 and 2000 are far keener on adding financial literacy classes to school lessons than older colleagues, according to a new study.
04/12/16 - 08:38 AM EDT