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9 Year-End Money Moves That Many Taxpayers Should Avoid

With a few days left in the tax year, there are a number of articles advising taxpayers to take steps now to save on taxes. But not all advice is equal - and those "tax saving" moves aren't for everyone. Here are nine year-end money moves that many taxpayers should avoid.

12 Days Of Charitable Giving 2016: Pay Your Tuition

It's the 12 Days of Charitable Giving 2016! Today's charity is Pay Your Tuition, a project of the Giving Back Fund.

12 Days Of Charitable Giving 2016: Police Unity Tour

It's the 12 Days Of Charitable Giving 2016. Today's charity is the Police Unity Tour.

12 Days Of Charitable Giving 2016: The Forge Initiative

It's the 12 Days Of Charitable Giving 2016! Today's charitable organization is The Forge Initiative.

‘Grinch’ Charged With Stealing Toys From Charity To Promote Tax Business

"A Grinch." That's how the Polk County Sheriff's Office described 38-year-old Tammy Strickland of Eagle Lake, Florida, who was arrested and charged with numerous crimes after authorities alleged she fabricated applications in an effort to steal toys from Toys for Tots.

12 Days Of Charitable Giving 2016: Charity: water

It's the fourth day of the 12 Days of Charitable Giving 2016. Today's featured organization is charity: water.

12 Days Of Charitable Giving 2016: Committee To Protect Journalists

It's the third day of my 12 Days of Charitable Giving. Today's charity: the Committee to Protect Journalists.

Lunch Links: Handy Tax Calculator Before Casting Your Presidential Ballot; New York, not Nevada, Could Haul in Biggest Casino Taxes; EU Nations Debate Tax Haven Definition

Today is November 7, the date in 1917 when the Bolsheviks seized power in Russia and began to establish the Soviet Union (1917-1991). There’s not a lot of discussion of taxation in the Soviet Union; when wages and prices are set by the...Show More Summary

13 Uses For Leftover Halloween Candy & The Resulting Tax Consequences

Every year, a day or so after Halloween, my kitchen looks like something out of Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory: candy everywhere. And every year, a day or so after Halloween, it becomes a challenge to figure out what to do with all of the leftovers (trust me, we couldn’t possibly eat it all). […]

Lunch Links: Trump, Clinton Tax Plans Ignite Heated Debate; Transportation Issues Latest Setback to Passing Nevada Tax for NFL-Ready Stadium; Cooperation on Mutual Transportation Funding Derailed by Maryland-Virginia Governors

Today is October 14, the 126th birthday of President Dwight Eisenhower (1890-1969). After a successful military career in World War II, Eisenhower as president (1953-1961) focused on challenging the Soviets in the Cold War while avoiding...Show More Summary

A Look Back At Oprah’s Ultimate Car Giveaway

On this day in 2004, amid the shrieks, 276 members of talk show host Oprah Winfrey's studio audience each found themselves with a new Pontiac G-6 sedan.

Whoa, Nelly: Rapper Slapped With Massive IRS Tax Lien

It's not just a (bad) dream. According to TMZ, rap star Nelly, has been slapped with a $2,412,283 federal tax lien for the year 2013.

When to use the Foreign Tax Credit

The US is the only developed country in the world that taxes foreign-sourced income of non-residents. This means that US citizens (including so-called 'Accidental Americans') who meet certain minimum income thresholds still have to file a US federal income tax return to declare their worldwide income if they live or earn abroad. Show More Summary

This Land Is Your Land: National Park Service Celebrates 100 Years

The National Park Service turns 100 today! Here's how it got started and why we keep it going.

Lunch Links: Pairing Trump Tax Breaks Together Ill-advised; Carbon Tax an Issue in Vermont Governor's Race; Soft Serve in Many Splendid Tax Forms

Today is August 19, which is evidently National Soft Ice Cream Day. I fondly remember getting soft serve with my grandparents and after every dorm meal in college, but it also pops up over and over in state tax decisions. Why? Most states...Show More Summary

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