Tax Returns

April 15.

Many Americans dread Tax Day the way turkeys dread Thanksgiving. But there's no reason to be worried about it, if you are taking the right steps. TheStreet.com is here with help on everything from how to file if you're living abroad to filling out e-filing tax forms.

What if you haven't taken the right steps? Well, we've got you covered on that front as well, with information on the right way to file extensions and how to quickly get that form in if you've been procrastinating.

The good news is, the Ides of April come only once a year. But savvy taxpayers should read TheStreet.com often to keep abreast of tax matters; it's not just for tax season anymore.

Cramer: It's OK to Pay the Taxes

Prepare for Taxing Decision

Deductions You Shouldn't Skip

How to Play the IRS Audit

Cash In on Kids at Tax Time

Taking It With You

Avoid Mistakes in Last-Minute Tax Prep

Charitable Giving Can Turn Out to Be Taxing

Stealth Tax Spoils the Tax-Cut Party

Innocents Abroad, Beware of the Tax Man

New Math for Tax Deductions

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