Tax Center

  • Senior and disabled tax credit applications due

    WATERLOO | The deadline is approaching to apply for property tax credits available to disabled and senior citizens and mobile home owners.

    Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier
  • EDITORIAL: Debt waiver a tax break worth saving

    With lawmakers showing little enthusiasm for an ambitious proposal by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp, R-Mich., to overhaul the byzantine U.S. tax code, Congress has to decide what to do about dozens of temporary tax breaks that expired Dec. 31.

    Gleaner
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  • IRS impersonators target tax filers after April 15

    If you've filed tax returns and think everything is OK, guess again. Phone and email scams try to nab your data by impersonating the IRS.

    CNBC
  • Shred or delete these financial documents now

    Chuck Jaffe’s guide to disposing of paper and electronic documents.

    MarketWatch
  • 5 ways to cut your tax bill next year

    Bruised by a harsh tax bite this year? Reduce pain next year by maximizing deductions, capturing credits and offsetting taxable income by Dec. 31.

    CNBC
  • Why Many Tax Scofflaws Will Get Off Scot-Free

    Not filing your taxes on time can be costly, but many people won't owe an extra penny. Find out why.

    Motley Fool
  • Learn from your tax mistakes

    Planning to reduce taxes is a year-round process, writes Bill Bischoff.

    MarketWatch
  • Powers of Deduction

    For those weighed down by large mortgage payments, there are ways to save money when next year's tax season arrives; beekeeping, anyone?

    The Wall Street Journal
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  • [$$] Tax Refunds May Fuel Windfall for Retailers

    Ahead of the Tape : Nearly 80% of the tax returns processed through April 4 resulted in a refund averaging $2,792. That bodes well for the nation's retailers in the months ahead.

    The Wall Street Journal
  • Merely Rich and Superrich: The Tax Gap Is Narrowing

    The wealthy face tax increases that are greater for investment income, much of which goes to the superrich.

    The New York Times
  • No U.S. IRS audits for most big financial partnerships -report

    Fewer than 1 percent of partnerships with more than $100 million in assets, including hedge funds and private equity firms, are audited by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, a government report said on Thursday. Despite a surge in the number of partnerships over the last decade, the IRS did not…

    Reuters
  • The Tax Implications of Buying a Home

    The housing market is forecast to heat up this spring as more buyers enter the market, but they should know the tax liabilities of owning a home.

    Fox Business
  • You’ve Filed Your 2013 Taxes — Now What?

    Success! Your 2013 taxes have been filed -- and you weren’t late! Although the April 15 deadline is behind us, don’t let tax planning plummet from top of mind. Now is the time to evaluate your current ...

    Manilla.com
  • 7 Ways to Minimize Income Tax in Retirement

    Another tax day is over. Hopefully everyone filed their taxes on time and sent in what they owe to the Internal Revenue Service. Taxes are a fact of life when you have a full-time job, but your tax liability ...

    U.S.News & World Report LP
  • Anti Aging Creams of 2014

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  • Stealth Taxes Are Still Income Taxes

    The Affordable Care Act imposes economic burdens that are the equivalent of taxes, an economist writes.

    The New York Times
  • Need to fix a tax mistake?

    How and when to file an amended return

    MarketWatch
  • Help! I did my taxes wrong

    As irritating as it is to discover you've made a tax mistake, it's not as hard to fix as you might think.

    Credit.com
  • Can you dump your tax records now?

    And when it comes to tax paperwork, folks are even more adamant. These documents will save me, they argue, if an Internal Revenue Service auditor comes visiting. When it comes to tax-related documents, you should hang on to records that help you identify sources of income, keep track of expenses,…

    Bankrate.com
  • When to file amended tax returns

    Aren't you glad filing your taxes is over for another year? Unless, of course, you are on extension like millions of others. But before you put away all of your documents, maybe a review is once again in order.

    Bluffton (S.C.) Today
  • Consumer ED

    Q: Can you negotiate or lower the amount of taxes that you owe the IRS, or are the companies that claim they can do this not legit?

    Savannah Morning News
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