Thinking of fudging on those blank donation forms? Playing audit roulette with the IRS could cost you.
The IRS often declares outstanding tax debts uncollectible, a new report says, rather than doing what's needed to bring the money into federal coffers.
With the odds of an audit so low, does it make sense to pay even a small amount to protect you from the expenses involved in an IRS audit?
If you've put off doing your taxes until now, you may want to read up on the latest tax tips that can help you from joining the ranks of these tax cheats.
Your tax return doesn't have to get to the IRS by April 15, but you need to be able to show you submitted it by then. Here's how.
File your taxes late and you'll receive a 5 percent penalty on the amount you owe for every month you delay. Fail to file completely, and the consequences become much worse.
California is determining if credit card data were stolen from DMV computers, in yet another warning for millions of consumers about a possible breach of their information.
High potential penalties and low interest rates change the strategy on avoiding a tax refund windfall.
Thanks to the government's austerity spending cuts, you have a lower chance of being audited this year. That's good news for you, but bad news for the federal budget.
The IRS assured GOP lawmakers Tuesday that agents would play no role in enforcing the requirement that Americans buy insurance under President Obama's health care overhaul....
Audits are avoidable: From outlandish charitable giving to claiming a home office, there are a host of specific thing that can set of warning bells with the IRS. Here are...