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A major change could be coming to Roth IRA conversion rules, and the end of the year could be your deadline to capitalize.
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But you don’t have to wait for Congress to act to open a tax-advantaged plan to save for an unborn child or grandchild’s college education.
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Some of these year-end moves will be even more compelling if lower rates arrive in 2018.
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The federal government wants to take a bite of that big Powerball payout. Your state might, too.
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Don’t panic, but arm yourself with knowledge. We provide links to the manuals IRS agents use to know what to look for when auditing various kinds of businesses.
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You may be able to write off the costs of your special diet if you have celiac disease.
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As you rush to meet the filing deadline, don't overlook money-saving tax breaks — particularly if there's no need to hurry.
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The nanny tax isn't just for Mary Poppins. It covers any household employee including housekeepers, gardeners and caregivers.
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A new reason to stick to cohabitation -- if you and your devoted have a giant mortgage.
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You still have time to cut your taxes — and make smart moves to lower next year's as well.
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A special tax break for small investors could fall victim to tax reform next year. The final days of 2016 may be your last chance to cash in.
Shares from your employer can equal a big payout, but it pays to know the rules.
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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?
Some software purveyors are raising prices. One Democrat proposes a solution — but it comes too late for this year.
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