The new tax law contains a lot of changes to deductions. Here’s what you need to know.
As gold and silver prices have soared, your tax bite can vary a lot depending on whether you invest in coins, ETFs or mining stocks. Here’s how to choose.
Big developments ranging from the pandemic and recession to new retirement plan rules could affect your taxes for this year.
For the first time in decades, there are great opportunities to offset stock gains with stock losses, but you have to be strategic and avoid mistakes.
A change in the tax rules for children with unearned income could mean a big break for many families.
Seven states where the overall tax burden is low and there is no estate tax or tax on Social Security benefits or income tax unless otherwise noted.
Residents of high-tax states who move to low-tax states may be pursued by the states they leave behind. How to do it right.
Choosing the right structure for a business can have important tax implications.
To plan your taxes in the most efficient way possible, begin early.
It’s not always evident which tax “elections” you should make, but the choices can be vital.
Nearly two years after the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed into law, taxpayers are still getting used to the effects it has had. Here’s help.
The 2017 federal tax law was supposed to defeat the marriage penalty, but that penalty is still around. Here’s what to watch out for when you marry.
Don’t wait until April 15 approaches to figure out how to save money on your 2019 taxes.
Navigating successfully through the federal tax-compliance and planning process requires attention to these deadlines and time periods.
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