Will an IRS Tax Prep Service Replace H&R Block or TurboTax?
Tax Prep A government-run tax preparation and filing service has some wondering if people will leave H&R Block and TurboTax and let the IRS do their taxes instead.
Social Media, Guns, Taxes, Abortion: New Supreme Court Cases You Need to Know
Supreme Court The U.S. Supreme Court will hear several cases this fall that could significantly impact your rights and wealth. Here are a few of them to watch.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedSupreme Court
What Would a Government Shutdown Do to the IRS?
IRS With a government shutdown looming, some wonder how IRS operations will be affected.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedIRS
PGA Tour LIV Golf Alliance Sparks Tax Debate, Government Probes
Tax Exempt Status The planned 'merger' between the PGA Tour and Saudi-backed LIV Golf has raised tax concerns in Congress and prompted government investigations.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedTax Exempt Status
How Three New Supreme Court Rulings Impact Your Money
Supreme Court New U.S. Supreme Court decisions could directly impact your bank account privacy, student loan payments, home equity, and property taxes. Here’s what you need to know.
By Kelley R. Taylor PublishedSupreme Court
Student Loan Forgiveness: What You Need to Know
Student Loans Millions of people with student loans will not receive Biden's student loan forgiveness due to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedStudent Loans
Businesses Would Get Lots of Tax Savings Under House GOP Plan: Kiplinger Tax Letter
Kiplinger Tax Letter The House GOP tax plan indicates what’s to come if Republicans control Congress and the White House after 2024.
By Joy Taylor PublishedKiplinger Tax Letter
What Is the Bonus 'Guaranteed' Standard Deduction?
Legislation A proposed Republican tax cut package contains a 'bonus' of up to $4,000 for the current standard deduction. Could it help?
By Kelley R. Taylor PublishedLegislation
House Republican $237B Tax Cut Package Revealed
Legislation With a debt ceiling agreement in place, Republicans are proposing billions in tax cuts along with other key tax changes.
By Kelley R. Taylor Last updatedLegislation
Are Student Loans Being Forgiven or Not?
Student Loans The House and Senate voted to repeal President Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan, but does it even matter?
By Katelyn Washington Last updatedStudent Loans