With the IRS filing deadline just a heartbeat away, many Americans will be in a rush and make mistakes on their income tax returns. MainStreet provides a few tips to help you avoid common errors.
Caterpillar is going before a Senate subcommittee to testify on its use of offshore tax loopholes to avoid paying taxes, but says it hasn't done anything wrong.
New York state joins New York City in its lawsuit against FedEx for un-taxed cigarettes.
By Christopher Versace
The corporate tax rate causes the most concern to companies.
Aside from direct relief from Uncle Sam, there are some good tax breaks disaster survivors can take on their 2013 tax forms.
Net gambling losses are one of the most overlooked deductions and should not be forgotten in your tax return, says Greg Rosica, tax partner at Ernst & Young.
It's almost always better to file jointly, but you have to know when it's not -- and how to do it right when you do.
Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Charles Plosser tells TheStreet's Joe Deaux that the central bank's asset purchases will end sometime later in the year.
Individuals who don't have health insurance have to pay an extra tax, just as Matt Drudge reported last week.
Costs of doing business with the Internal Revenue Service recently rose for those needing special arrangements to pay taxes. Here's what to know.
Nokia (NOK) closed down 1.3% today on the news India's Supreme Court had rejected the mobile phone company's appeal on a lower court ruling that it owed 35 billion rupees (US$572 million) in taxes to the country. The stock closed Thursday at $7.44.
Sue Thompson explains why there's a good chance your 2013 tax bill may be higher than you thought, and she shares three ideas for how you can lessen the impact of two new taxes in 2014.
Whether you left a business behind without leaving an address or it closed its doors before sending out tax forms, it's better to track down that W-2 now.
The Internal Revenue Service considers tax preparation fraud a serious threat to taxpayers -- it made No. 3 on the agency's list of "Dirty Dozen" tax scams last year.
A study from Sallie Mae says only 41% of parents with kids in college take advantage of education tax credits or student loan interest deductions.
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