Articles in Taxes

Kiplinger

A Tax Break for Going Gluten-Free?

If you're among the one in three Americans making a lifestyle choice to avoid gluten a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley or the one in 100 Americans diagnosed with celiac disease, which... Read >>

Kiplinger

How an Obamacare Error Made Your Taxes Even More Complicated

Is it true that the government sent 800,000 people inaccurate tax forms reporting health insurance information? How do I know if I'm affected by this, and if so, what should I do? What you heard... Read >>

Bankrate

10 Common Tax-Filing Mistakes To Avoid

By Kay Bell for Bankrate.com Thanks to tax preparation software, more of us are making fewer mistakes on our annual tax returns. But still, just one slip in entering information on your... Read >>

Bankrate

Make Sure Your Children Are A Tax Credit To You

By Kay Bell for Bankrate.com All parents hope that their children will be a credit to them. That can literally be the case at tax time. The popular $1,000-per-child tax credit was made a... Read >>

Kiplinger

How to Get Next Year's Tax Refund Now

Isn't it ironic that the dreaded task of filing a tax return ends with a celebration for most taxpayers, since three out of four of us actually get refunds each year rather than having to write... Read >>

Kiplinger

What to Do When You Can't Pay Your Taxes

Most taxpayers probably think asking the IRS for a loan is about as smart as going to a neighborhood loan shark. But, think again. If you, or your kids, find yourself in the unenviable position of... Read >>

Kiplinger

One Simple Trick to Protect Your Tax Refund From Fraudsters

As tax filing season heats up, tax refund fraud has already reached the boiling point. TurboTax made headlines when it temporarily suspended filing of state returns due to indications that a... Read >>

Kiplinger

Paying Taxes on Raffle Winnings

I won a Toyota Prius in a charity raffle. Do I have to pay taxes on it? What if I sell it right away? P.A., Berlin, Md. It may seem like a dirty trick, but you will have to... Read >>

Kiplinger

Obamacare and Your Tax Return

2014 was the first year Americans were required to have health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. And, since the IRS is the government agency chosen to enforce the... Read >>

Bankrate

4 Options For Your Tax Refund

Every year, you swear you're going to save at least some of your tax refund. Every year, you end up spending every last cent as soon as you cash the check. Uncle Sam wants to help you hang... Read >>

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