Contributions to health savings accounts increase at steepest level since HSAs were first rolled out in 2004.
Call-wait times are shorter, but so are refund amounts.
The standard deduction and tax brackets are some of the approximately 60 provisions the IRS updates annually for inflation.
Biden administration wants to more aggressively audit the 1% — but that will be a lot trickier than it sounds
The IRS recently revealed its plans to use $80 billion in extra funding.
If you’re feeling underwhelmed by the size of your income-tax refund this year, you’re probably not alone.
Keep in mind that this is an extension to file your taxes --- not an extension to pay them. Here is what you need to know if you’re not ready by April 18
'Tax Day,' the deadline for filing your taxes, is different in 2023. Here's why.
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Take the stress out of tax season with the MarketWatch tax quiz.
People recovering from snowstorms, mudslides, tornadoes and other natural disasters may have extra time to get their tax returns in order.
The child tax credit is an important credit for families. Here's why.
Tax Day is April 18. Here's a look at a commonly-used tax deduction.
Tax brackets are a central part of the tax code for households.
IRS reveals how it’s spending $80 billion in extra funding — wealthy taxpayers and large corporations can expect more scrutiny
The $80 billion spending will be closely scrutinized by Republicans.
An extra $80 billion in the IRS budget comes from the Inflation Reduction Act passed in 2022
My daughter has her heart set on attending a Canadian college. Will my 529 account still receive the tax benefits?
'If we withdraw from the 529 and pay tuition and room and board at this school, will this be considered a qualified withdrawal?'
Biden’s tax hikes on high earners are unlikely to make it through Congress. A bigger debate: the Trump-era tax cuts that expire in 2025.
The 2025 sunsetting of notable 2017 individual-income-tax rules is "a hurricane we already see on the radar."
‘This budget sends a clear message’: Biden’s budget tax hikes give insight into his 2024 campaign pledges
With the House of Representatives under Republican control, Biden’s proposals to tax the rich are unlikely to become law anytime soon.
‘Only the wealthy get any kind of benefit from giving financially to nonprofits’: Bipartisan bill aims to help more Americans write off charitable donations
Many taxpayers were able to deduct charitable donations up to $300 during the 2020 and 2021 tax years, but that changed in 2022.
Worried about a smaller income-tax refund? You may have good reason — refunds are already 11% smaller so far this year
Early numbers from the IRS on this year's filing season show refunds will be lower.
'At Berkshire we hope and expect to pay much more in taxes during the next decade,' Buffett said in his annual shareholder letter.
The IRS has offered guidance for residents of the 21 states that made direct payments to help people keep up with rising costs.