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Why Do I Owe Taxes This Year? Changes in 2019

Why Do I Owe Taxes This Year? Changes in 2019

Do you owe taxes this year? Are you not getting a refund? Here's why.

Filing a Tax Extension? What You Need to Know

Filing a Tax Extension? What You Need to Know

TheStreet's Tracy Byrnes and TurboTax's Lisa Greene-Lewis explain what you need to know about filing a tax extension.

What Is Earned Income Credit and Do I Qualify in 2019?

What Is Earned Income Credit and Do I Qualify in 2019?

The earned income credit was implemented to offset the impact of Social Security taxes on low to moderate income taxpayers and to provide them with an incentive to work.

You Should Plan to Live to Be 100

You Should Plan to Live to Be 100

Most Americans want to live to be 100, according to a new survey, but they are unsure their retirement savings will last that long.

What Is the Child Tax Credit and How Do You Qualify in 2019?

What Is the Child Tax Credit and How Do You Qualify in 2019?

Good news! Your kids might be worth up to $2,000 apiece! Here's how.

Here Are the Top Risks to Your Retirement Savings

Here Are the Top Risks to Your Retirement Savings

Longevity and inflation are just a couple of the risks that could eat into your retirement savings.

Tuition and Fees Deductions in 2019: How to Qualify

Tuition and Fees Deductions in 2019: How to Qualify

Change is afoot with college-based tax breaks this year - these deductions and tax breaks lead the list.

Property Tax: Definition, Uses and How to Calculate

Property Tax: Definition, Uses and How to Calculate

When you purchase a home or piece of property, the tax you pay annually to local government for municipal services such as police and fire protection is often, fittingly, called property tax.

Tax Extension Deadline 2019: How to File

Tax Extension Deadline 2019: How to File

Filing an IRS tax extension is actually easier than you think - as long as you pay what's owed.

Excise Tax: Definition, Types and Examples

Excise Tax: Definition, Types and Examples

Excise taxes come in many forms, but have one thing in common: they are consumption taxes.