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Shares from your employer can equal a big payout, but it pays to know the rules.
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The president's odds of an audit? 100%. What are yours?
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How to pass on more than $10 million estate-tax-free.
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Tips for how to pay back what you owe to Uncle Sam over time.
Advice on how to fix an error on your tax return.
Lines 23 through 35 of the IRS 1040 form are extra-powerful. Can you put them to work for you?
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Some software purveyors are raising prices. One Democrat proposes a solution — but it comes too late for this year.
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If someone calls and says they're from the IRS, they're almost certainly not.
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How to file for an extension (and whether you even need to), getting in a few more deductions and other key advice as April 18 (yes, the 18th) approaches.
This year, you have a few extra days to make sure you get all the breaks you deserve.
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Many identity thieves are using stolen Social Security numbers to file fraudulent tax returns. You won’t know whether you’ve been a victim until your tax return is rejected.
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There's still time to make a 2015 IRA contribution and lower your tax bill.
Keep accurate records to take advantage of these breaks.
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We run the numbers through the most popular online programs to see what works and what doesn't
Tighter security means you could have to wait for a check.
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You may be able to write off the costs of your special diet if you have celiac disease.
If you're thinking about moving overseas after the 2016 presidential election, know that the U.S. will continue to tax you.