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The Refunds are Safe. Repeat, the Tax Refunds…

With no end in sight to the government shutdown, many Americans are worried whether they can still expect to receive a tax return on time. However government officials made the reassuring announcement that there will…

Two Ways to Give to Charity Without Paying…

If you're planning to give money to Charity this year, you definitely want to figure out the tax implications in advance. CNBC reports two ways you might reduce your tax burden: Instead of giving cash, try donating…

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Trump Rolls Back Dodd-Frank Regulations—What You Need To…

President Trump signed a huge rollback of Dodd-Frank bank regulations this week, with bi-partisan support from the House and Senate While many Liberal groups are crying foul, it can be hard to figure out what…

3 Ways to Use a Tax Refund

Tax Day is a couple weeks away, and tax refunds are flying out of Washington, D.C. In 2017, 111 million Americans received tax refunds, with the average payout being $2,895. Even if you only receive…

Beware of Hidden Tax Filing Fees

Tax Day is only a few weeks away, and millions of Americans are scrambling to file their tax returns. If you’re one of them, beware of hidden fees! Even TurboTax, which simplifies the filing process…

What to Do With Your Tax Reform Bonus

Chances are, you’ve benefitted from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Not only will 90 percent of Americans see greater take-home pay, but job creators are using their tax savings to reward employees. To date,…

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Here are the Highest and Lowest Tax States

The new tax code doesn’t exactly excite taxpayers in high-tax states such as New York and Illinois. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act caps the state and local tax deduction (SALT) at $10,000, meaning heftier…