It'd be a shame if hackers go their hands on your tax returns.
It’s tax season in the United States, and financial service startup Digit has launched a feature designed to automate savings from tax refunds. Working with the Duke University nonprofit CommonCents Lab, the company leverages behavioral economics and technology to help you automatically put away a predetermined amount of your tax return. According to the Internal Revenue […]
Most people either love or loathe tax season. Unsurprising, as it is either the time of year where you have to pay a pretty penny to the government, or perhaps be on the correct side of a really nice windfall. If you happen to have the...Show More Summary
A Trump dump of tax returns will come soon, maybe… GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump says he plans to release his “very big” tax returns “probably over the next few months.” He says he tries to pay as little as possible because of the way government spends his money. Show More Summary
Barbara Weltman, an editor of J.K. Lasser's Your Income Tax 2016, explains the changes for people filing their 2015 taxes.
Donald Trump says he will release his tax returns "over the next few months," attributing the delay to the size and complex nature of his taxes. Trump says he is hoping to become more of a statesman, but notes that he sees nothing wrong with using foul language at his campaign rallies. Ohio Gov. Show More Summary
Despite technically qualifying for free filing it cost me $118.64 to file my 2014 tax return with Intuit’s TurboTax in 2015. How the same thing could easily happen to you.
A busy year on the tax front in 2015 has set the stage for new things to keep an eye out for when you file your taxes this year. Congress enacted a major tax law late in the year that affected dozens of tax breaks. Plus, tax identity theft continues to [...]
You may incur no "out-of-pocket cost" for getting your tax return prepared, but the back-end fees are exorbitant
Criminals may have stolen personal and tax-return information from about 8,800 customers of TaxSlayer LLC, a provider of software to individuals who prepare their own tax returns, according to the company.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service said on Thursday it had resumed processing individual and business tax returns at about 5 p.m. EST on Thursday after a system outage. The IRS said on Wednesday it was experiencing computer failure across several systems and temporarily could not accept many...
The IRS stopped accepting electronically filed tax returns Wednesday because of problems with some of its computer systems.
Consumer trying to get a jump on the tax filing and refund ball may have to wait a bit longer, as the Internal Revenue Service suffered a severe computer crash on Wednesday that prevented it from accepting any taxpayer information for several hours. Engadget reports that while officials believe the system will be up and running sometime today, the issue …
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service said on Wednesday it is experiencing computer failure across several systems and temporarily cannot accept many taxpayer returns. "Several of our systems are not currently operating, including our modernized...Show More Summary
Shutdown of several tax processing systems included the e-file system and the "Where's My Refund?" service
Following up on last week's post, Mitt Romney Calls On Presidential Candidates To Release Tax Returns: Wonder Whose Yuuuge Tax Returns He Has in Mind: Wall Street Journal, When Will Donald Trump’s Tax Returns Be Public?: Most of the 2016 candidates have made their tax returns public. When will the...
It's tax season, not that you could forget with all the media attention! Tax prep ads are all over the TV, radio, billboards, and even Facebook. Despite pop culture opinions, and even if you've filed your own tax return in the past, this year, the smart move is talking to a tax professional before you file your tax return. Show More Summary
IRS Forms 1099 come in the mail and seem innocuous. But every one gives key data to the IRS that will be used to match your tax return data this year. Pay attention, the IRS sure does.
Juleanna Glover: Most of the 2016 candidates have made their tax returns public. When will the GOP front-runner, Donald Trump, release his?
Dear Savvy Senior, How long should a person hang on to old receipts, stock records, tax returns and other financial documents? I have accumulated boxes full of such papers over the years and would like to get rid of some of it now that...Show More Summary