10 Most Tax-Friendly States for Retirees
Taxes in Retirement If you’re looking for the perfect place to move when you retire, you may want to consider one of these most tax-friendly states for retirees.
Tax-Free Groceries in Tennessee Have Come to an End
Tax Holiday The three-month Tennessee tax-free grocery holiday has ended.
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedTax Holiday
The 'Food Tax': Grocery Tax by State
State Tax Most states don't have a 'food tax.' But these 13 states still tax groceries.
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedState Tax
A Little-Known Tax-Free Way To Help Pay Your Student Loan
Student Debt Employers can provide valuable assistance with employee student loan repayments.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedStudent Debt
IRS Delays IRA RMD Rules Again
Inherited IRAs The IRS is delaying certain required minimum distribution rules. Here’s what the latest change means for some inherited IRA beneficiaries.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedInherited IRAs
From Chatbots to Audits: How the IRS Will Use AI This Tax Season
IRS The IRS has plans to increase its use of AI. Here’s how the agency will do it and what it could mean for taxpayers.
By Katelyn Washington PublishedIRS
Calculating Taxes on Social Security Benefits
Social Security The federal government can tax up to 85% of your Social Security benefits, so it's good to know how those taxes are calculated.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedSocial Security
Arkansas State Tax Guide
State Tax Guide Arkansas state tax rates and rules for income, sales, property, fuel, cigarette, and other taxes that impact residents.
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedState Tax Guide
IRS Gives California a Last-Minute Tax Deadline Extension
Tax Deadline As of today, Californians have another tax deadline extension from the IRS — this time until November.
By Kelley R. Taylor PublishedTax Deadline
Tax Benefits of Hiring Your Kids Plus IRS Rules to Follow
Tax Breaks Hiring your child can potentially lower your tax bill and help kids develop skills, but there are some rules you need to know — and follow.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedTax Breaks