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  • The downside of striking it rich

    Many people think winning the lottery or getting a hefty inheritance means all their problems will disappear. But sometimes when that daydream turns into a reality, it can actually become a nightmare.

    Yahoo Finance
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    My experience getting audited

    It's every taxpayer’s worst nightmare – an audit. Sure, big corporations and billionaires with off-shore bank accounts can expect some extra attention from the IRS. But what about personal finance bloggers who spend their days dishing advice on sound financial decisions – there’s no way they could…

    Yahoo Finance Video
  • Here's what it's like to get audited

    It’s every taxpayer’s worst nightmare – an audit. Sure, big corporations and billionaires with off-shore bank accounts can expect some extra attention from the IRS. But what about personal finance bloggers who spend their days dishing advice on sound financial decisions – there’s no way they could…

    Yahoo Finance
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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
  • Winter Deductions for a Home Business

    Costs of endless shoveling got you down? At least you can deduct them.

    Kiplinger16 mins ago
  • IRS warns: It's tax scam season

    The IRS is warning taxpayers about groups pretending to be a charitable organization. This is one of many tax scams taxpayers need to know about.

    CNBC16 mins ago
  • The 10 Worst States for Property Taxes

    Here are the 10 states with the highest property taxes based on data compiled by the Tax Foundation.

    The Cheat Sheet50 mins ago
  • Tips for Homeowners to Ease the Tax Bite

    In addition to deducting interest payments, homeowners can use these strategies to reduce their taxes.

    The Wall Street Journal
  • March 31 property tax deadline approaches

    WATERLOO | Black Hawk County is reminding residents about the approaching March 31 deadline for paying the second installment of real estate and mobile home taxes.

    Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier
  • 6 Tax Breaks for College Costs

    The American Opportunity Tax Credit is worth up to $2,500 per student for each of the first four years of college. To qualify for the full credit, your adjusted gross income must be less than $80,000 if you are single or filing as head of household, or less than $160,000 if you are married filing…

    Kiplinger
  • One simple thing companies could do to save workers a fortune in taxes

    One reason employers could be hesitating to adopt rollover FSAs is a worry that it will cost them more. Any unspent FSA money goes to employers, who can use it to defray the cost of other employee benefit programs.

    Bloomberg
  • 5 Last-Minute Income Tax Filing Tips That Will Save You Money and Stress

    The moment of truth is nearly upon those of us who waited to file our federal income taxes. Have your Social Security numbers for yourself, spouse if filing jointly, and children if claiming dependents.

    Money Talks News
  • The Solution to Tax ID Theft Is an Unpopular One: Slower Refunds

    A new report looks at a way to stop tax refund fraud. But the solution may be a painful process for employers and taxpayers alike.

    Credit.com
  • Simpler way to claim home office deduction

    If you use a home office for your business, it can save you a lot of money at tax time. Some of those concerns, however, have been eased, thanks to the simplified home office deduction. Instead of filling out the 43-line Form 8829 to claim a deduction for your home office, you have the option to…

    Bankrate.com
  • The college tax breaks superpage

    With college costs as high as they are, don’t miss out on any of the valuable tax breaks that you may qualify for.

    MarketWatch
  • Warren Buffett To Al Sharpton, The 1% Makes 19% Of All Income, Pays 49% Of All Taxes

    Should the 1% pay more taxes? Maybe, but they already pay 49% of the total. And higher rates will encourage more games.

    Forbes
  • It’s a great time to cheat on your taxes

    Congress is trying to starve the IRS of funding. Hint, hint.

    Yahoo Finance
  • IRS delaying refunds for thousands of Obamacare enrollees

    The IRS is delaying the refunds of tens of thousands of Obamacare enrollees, said Nina Olson, the National Taxpayer Advocate. The hold up, she says, is subsidy data from state health exchanges. What's ...

    CNNMoney.com