As Americans fire up their laptops to get another
electronic-filing tax season underway, they might overlook something as
old as tax time itself.
For all those looking to finally purchase that dream home, 2016 could be your year. Here are changes to look for in 2016.
At the end of December, Congress revived some expired tax provisions that could cut your taxes.
It has been a tough few years for gold investors. Despite a recent
uptick in gold prices, it is still dramatically cheaper
than it was in 2012.
Women used to get a bad rap on Wall Street. But research is increasingly proving otherwise.
Boomers who are in their sixties, tune in: The SSA has issued official guidance on the phaseout of
two popular claiming strategies.
Ultimately, there is no right or wrong way to use a tax refund. Here are five of the most popular things to do with your refund.
If you think the credit reporting process is complicated and too hard to understand, you’re absolutely right.
Congress has a habit of waiting until the last minute to change tax
rules. But at the end of 2015, lawmakers did taxpayers a favor.
Time seems to fly by like a speeding train. Years pass in the blink of an eye, and now you’re behind on your retirement savings. What to do?