This is the one tax man you do want to hear from! Shrewd—legal—secrets for paying less taxes to Uncle Sam…and keeping more for yourself and your loved ones.
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Here are some ways to simplify the process of preparing tax returns in the future and perhaps reduce clutter.
In many states, an individual can qualify as a resident for tax purposes under two sets of circumstances. It’s vital to follow the rules closely.
Here are some ways to save taxes by shifting around some of your investments among taxable and tax-advantaged accounts.
Here are issues to be aware of when filing a tax return past the due date or amending a return.
There are various ways to deal with red flags to avoid an IRA audit. Here are 15 key ways.
What you do during tax season and all year—and even what kinds of investments you choose—can optimize your time and reduce your tax-prep costs.
Here are the 2019 numbers for retirement account contributions, Social Security tax, gift tax, mileage deductions, capital gains tax and other key IRS rules.
Here’s how long you need to keep different kinds of financial records ranging from tax documents to investment records, insurance policies and others.
To minimize your 2018 tax liability, check out these end-of-year tax-saving moves right now, before 2018 ends.
There are many potential tax benefits to owning real estate as an investment—but to get them, you need run through this important tax-saving checklist.
Uncle Sam is mighty, but you have more control over your fate than you might think—if you know what steps to take.
You might be able to make non-taxable gifts to charity directly from your IRA—and get additional tax benefits at the same time. Here’s how.
There are many potential tax breaks for gains and losses on small business corporation stock, but also many rules that must be followed.
Trust taxation rules are complicated, but this rundown of the most popular trust types and their tax status will give you a good basic understanding.
Even if your estate won’t be big enough to owe estate tax, to save money, there are tax rules—and tax-planning moves—you should know about.
Now that tax season is done, here’s how to switch into tax-planning mode and make your 2018 taxes as low as possible.
Here are 10 ways to make charitable donations that will get you the largest tax deductions possible.
There are many tax breaks that can save parents and students money on the cost of college, primary and secondary education. Here are 12 of them.
Even if you haven’t finished preparing your 2017 tax return, now is the time to consider these powerful tax-planning moves to reduce your taxes for 2018.
If you’re self-employed, you need to set up a retirement account yourself to cut taxes and insure your future. Here are different plans to choose from.
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