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    What's your 2014 tax bracket?

    Yahoo Finance is answering your most-searched finance questions of the year. The second most-asked question was: "What's my 2014 tax bracket?"

    Yahoo Finance Video
  • Free tax filing services available in Butte

    The Volunteers Income Tax Assistance program offers free tax filing services for people whose income is less than $53,000 annually.

    Montana Standard
  • Tucson physicians wary after tax identity theft

    At least 20 local physicians were targeted last tax season.

    Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)
  • These 6 Tax Deductions Will Save Taxpayers Almost $3 Trillion Over the Next Few Years

    Want to save big bucks on your tax return this year? Then ensure you aren't bypassing these popular and highly lucrative deductions.

    Motley Fool
  • The Average American Pays This Much in Income Taxes -- How Do You Compare?

    1 Motley Fool contributor tells you how much the average American is paying in income taxes.

    Motley Fool
  • Don’t Forget About These 5 Commonly Forgotten Tax Deductions

    Considering there will be approximately 150 million individual returns filed this year, Americans should double-check their forms and make sure common deductions are not missed.

    The Cheat Sheet
  • You Just Got a Break If You Messed Up Your Obamacare Tax Credit

    The IRS will give you more time to pay back any excess premium subsidies when you file your taxes.

    Money
  • Local couple victim of tax identity theft

    Miranda and Travis DeOrnellis never expected to serve as St. Francois County’s poster childen of sorts for Tax Identity Theft Awareness Week — but unfortunately that appears to be the case.

    Daily Journal (Park Hills)
  • Most Overlooked Tax Breaks for the Newly Divorced

    As a general rule, the custodial parent (the one the kids live with most of the year) claims qualifying children as dependents on the tax return. Form 8332 must accompany the noncustodial parent's return each year he or she claims the children. This could make financial sense if the noncustodial…

    Kiplinger
  • If you're betting on the Super Bowl, don't forget about the taxes

    Betting on the Super Bowl is as much a part of many Americans' Super Sunday rituals as picking the right beer and getting the best view of the TV. So if you're going to put a few dollars down on ...

    Consumer Reports
  • Fake charities prey on your goodwill to make bank

    Taking advantage of your goodwill and pocketing your donations is Mission No. 1 for fake charities. The IRS on Friday warned taxpayers not to be suckered into giving money to any group until confirming ...

    CNNMoney.com
  • Believe-it-or-not tax deductions

    On the other hand, your fellow taxpayers have successfully claimed write-offs for many things that most of us wouldn't even imagine, ranging from cat food to a casualty loss for a vehicle totaled by a drunk driver. He claimed he was entitled to a $9,000 casualty loss. The Tax Court said that most…

    Kiplinger
  • Which Tax Bracket Are You in This Year?

    Tax time is fast approaching. Do you know your tax bracket?

    The Cheat Sheet
  • Tax Savings for the Wealthy

    Stash cash in a self-employed retirement account, be creative with your generosity and think twice about selling stock for a profit if you're subject to the AMT.

    Kiplinger
  • What to do if you don't get your W-2

    Before you start work on a replacement W-2, call your company's payroll office. If, however, the days roll by and the form is indeed lost or your employer is inordinately slow in issuing a replacement, or you worked for a company that went out of business and there's no one to bug about getting a…

    Bankrate.com
  • Here's how to figure out whether you should do your own taxes

    Everyone has to pay taxes. As to whether you...

    Business Insider
  • Beware promises of 'outlandish' and inflated tax refunds, IRS warns

    It's hard to resist the promise of a big refund -- especially when you never imagined you had one coming to you. Yet promises of "outlandish" or inflated tax refunds are exactly what scammers ...

    CNNMoney.com
  • Business briefs

    Income Tax help available

    Arizona Daily Sun (Flagstaff)
  • Tax Hacks 2015: 6 Things Sneaky Tax Preparers Won’t Tell You

    From fraud to incompetence to hinky tricks to outright ripoffs, the field of tax preparation is a magnet for some of the worst consumer abuses. In the video below, Money Talks News founder Stacy Johnson describes common tax-time schemes to part you from your money. After watching, read on to find…

    Money Talks News