High-income taxpayers are scrambling to file their 2016 taxes on Wednesday to secure a potential refund if the Affordable Care Act is overturned later this year or next.
Even as the coronavirus pandemic battered the economy, a surprising trend emerged: The number of people filing for personal bankruptcy plunged.
An estimated 1.4 million Americans are owed more than $1.5 billion in unclaimed refunds from 2016, which works out to a median amount of $861.
Despite rumors of postponement, the IRS and Treasury confirmed that July 15 is the final deadline to file your taxes and make payments for any tax you owe.
Almost 880,000 high-income Americans owe $45.7 billion in overdue taxes from 2014 to 2016, according to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration.
If you’re one of the more than 38 million Americans who filed jobless claims during the coronavirus pandemic, don’t forget Uncle Sam taxes those unemployment benefits.
Americans who don’t file their taxes are missing out on a lot of money in past tax refunds, according to one certified public accountant and tax attorney.
Two Democratic senators are urging the national credit reporting agencies to help safeguard the creditworthiness of Americans hurt by the coronavirus pandemic, according to a letter obtained by Yahoo Finance.
In the last four weeks alone, 22 million workers have file for unemployment benefits. Here are a few of their stories.
It’s possible that July 15 still isn't enough time to file your taxes. If that’s the case, you can file for an extension for any reason. Here's how.
The cash infusion, up to $1,200 (plus an additional $500 per child under 17), is meant to help Americans weather financial setbacks. So what’s the smartest way to use those funds?
The coronavirus pandemic has changed your federal taxes this year, including when you need to pay any taxes you owe Uncle Sam.
The yield on the 10-year Treasury dipped below 1% for the first time on record last week. What does it mean for you?
The volume of life insurance application requests and submissions spiked in the days after Kobe Bryant’s death, according to True Blue Life Insurance.
Your tax bracket is determined by both your taxable income and whether you file as a single taxpayer, married filing jointly, married filing separately, or head of household.
Most parents want to raise self-sufficient and successful children, but too many are sabotaging those goals by committing one common mistake, according to one clinical psychologist.
Maggie Lockridge’s organization — Rebuilding America’s Warriors — pairs plastic surgeons with military men and women disfigured overseas to repair the damage in the most aesthetically pleasing way.
Last year ushered in sweeping changes to the U.S. tax landscape. But there still are some changes you should know about when you file your 2019 tax returns.
Where's my refund? CPA Practice Advisor has put together a chart showing when you should expect you refund based on when you filed your taxes.
Years before joining the Navy, Tony Elion Jr. was teetering on the brink of bankruptcy. Fast forward to today and he’s sitting on $250,000 that he earned in 13 months