While almost every state in the U.S has a sales tax, five lucky states - Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire and Oregon - don't. But, why?
Those who qualify for head of household status may qualify for deductions and exemptions on their taxes. Here's what you need to qualify.
Tax brackets are the income range in which you are taxed a specific rate. Here's what you need to know about tax brackets for the upcoming tax season.
IRS tax scams are all too common -- and all too effective in stealing valuable taxpayer data. Stop those scams cold with these action steps.
The capital gains tax is what you owe for the money you've made selling certain assets. Here's what you need to know about the current rate and what can be exempt.
A W-9 form is Uncle Sam's way of keeping financial tabs on independent contractors, and other non-traditional tax filers.
Fiscal policy is how the government influences the economy by using taxes or spending to control economic growth. But what are the affects of fiscal policy?
It's been a loooooong summer with the kids. And you probably spend a ton of money entertaining them to boot! Now let's try to get some of it back!
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