American workers take barely half the paid time off they're entitled to and more than 60 percent admit to doing some work while on vacation, a report shows.
Last-minute filers shouldn't let the pressure to meet the April 15 IRS deadline to not follow the rules for getting an extension, taking credits and receiving refunds.
Late hours at the post office, e-filing and an easy method to get an extension are some of the ways to reduce pressure to make the April 15 deadline for federal income taxes.
If you're wondering how to spend your tax refund this year, here are a few spending tips to help you get an even bigger refund next year.
Tax time isn't known for being a lot of fun, but if you get a refund and allocate toward saving, you can enter a free contest to earn extra cash.
Rewards and bonuses might mean you come out ahead when using a credit or debit card to pay federal taxes -- at a processing fee of 1.87 to 2.35 percent.
High potential penalties and low interest rates change the strategy on avoiding a tax refund windfall.
Don't just give your money away to an accountant. With all the tax software on the market today, it's easier than ever to keep your cash and file your own tax return.
Even if you use software or hire a professional, mistakes can be made when preparing your income tax return. Here are some of the more common goofs.
Nearly every other service profession is more heavily-regulated than tax preparers. Before you put your return in the hands of an alleged tax pro, here's what you should know.
Millions of us are looking forward to filing our taxes so we can get get our big, fat refunds. But why'd we give Uncle Sam such big interest-free loans in the first place?
As the year draws to a close, you've got one last opportunity to be sure you're in Uncle Sam's good graces when it comes time to settle up on your 2013 federal income taxes.
Most people don't think about taxes until at least February. But if you spend 10 minutes now with the IRS calculator, you can avoid a lot of the stress come next spring.
Federal prosecutors want a Venezuelan-American financier to hand over a large tax refund while he awaits sentencing in a massive Connecticut-based fraud scheme.
Making changes to your tax return isn't as hard as many people fear it'll be. Here's how to fix errors, and how to determine if filing an amended tax return is your best move.