When it comes to cameras, there is a wide array from which to choose. Consider these factors before making your next camera purchase.
What medical expenses can you deduct, and when? There’s been a change in tax law.
Small businesses can innocently make tax mistakes that wind up racking up steep penalties. Consider these common mistakes before filing your taxes.
With careful planning, you may find yourself paying the IRS much less than you have in years past.
Newlyweds are often confused about the best type of filing for their particular situation as well as the legalities involved. If you want to enjoy the lowest tax rate possible, you’ll need to do your homework, starting with these considerations.
When it comes to figuring your taxes, should you rely on software or turn to a pro?
Want to file your federal tax return right away so you can get a quick turnaround on that refund check? Sorry, the IRS says.
The IRS does not make you pay taxes on what is called a “de minimis” gift fringe benefit – a business gift so small it’s not worth reporting.
The ruling last week by the Treasury Department and the IRS to recognize same-sex couples for tax purposes also impacts the health care issue for those couples.
The IRS and Treasury Department announced this week that the U.S. tax code has been changed to recognize legally married same-sex couples.
Then restaurants require customers to tip, they will also be required to pay the taxes on that service charge and complete all the paperwork that that entails as well.
Former Pennsylvania State Senator and convicted felon Vince Fumo will taste freedom again on Tuesday for the first time in four years when he is released from a Kentucky prison.
From Beach Haven at the Jersey shore, Chris follows the bankruptcy filing by the city of Detroit, the President’s statements on the efficacy of Obamacare. He also talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, CBS 3’s Beasley Reece, and Lou Richards, Owner of the Crust and Crumb.
A former IRS employee was sentenced to 19 years in prison this week for a series of tax refund schemes that cost the government and taxpayers about $3 million.
Former State Senator and convicted felon Vince Fumo is fighting IRS attempts to take $3 million of his wealth.