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Who is Required to File a Tax Return?
Tax Filing If you meet certain income requirements, you are required to file a federal tax return. You could face penalties if you don't.
Save During Alabama’s Severe Weather Preparedness Tax Holiday
Sales Tax Holiday Certain items will be tax-free during the Alabama severe weather preparedness sales tax holiday this year, but there are specific rules to follow.
Does Your Child Need to File a Tax Return This Year?
Tax Filing Here’s how to tell if your child needs to file a tax return in 2024 and how it can impact your tax liability.
By Katelyn Washington PublishedTax Filing
2023 and 2024 Tax Brackets and Federal Income Tax Rates
Income Tax Your income each year determines which federal tax bracket you fall into and which of the seven income tax rates applies.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedIncome Tax
Social Security and Your Taxes: Five Things to Know
Social Security The Social Security COLA is just one aspect of your benefits that can impact your taxes.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedSocial Security
Kansas State Tax Guide
state tax Kansas state tax rates and rules for income, sales, property, fuel, cigarette, and other taxes that impact residents.
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedstate tax
10 Most-Overlooked Tax Deductions and Credits
Tax Breaks Don’t miss these often overlooked tax deductions and credits when you file your tax return this year.
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedTax Breaks
Will Your IRS Refund Be Less This Year?
Tax Refunds Data show federal tax refunds are about $600 lower this year than last. Will you get less money back from the IRS this tax season?
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedTax Refunds
Can the Earned Income Tax Credit Help You?
Tax Credits The earned income tax credit (EITC) can help people with low-to-moderate income but it can also increase IRS audit risk.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedTax Credits
Four Things You Need to Know About Presidents Day and the IRS
Tax Season The weeks surrounding Presidents Day are a particularly busy tax time for the IRS.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedTax Season
How to Report QCDs on Your Tax Return: The Tax Letter
The Tax Letter Qualified charitable distributions, otherwise known as QCDs, can be tricky when it comes to tax reporting. We've got some pointers to help with filing.
By Joy Taylor PublishedThe Tax Letter