The 2017 tax reform bill dramatically increased the number of Americans who claim the deduction for mortgage interest.
Cutting the U.S. IRS budget by more than $13 billion in the first decade of the 21st century resulted in more than $34 billion in lost tax revenue.
Three of the world's largest oil companies have adopted proposals to make them more responsive to and transparent regarding their impact on climate change. Don't expect any big changes.
The IRS has released its latest report on fiscal year 2018 federal tax collections. Quite a few things have changed since 1960.
Here are 12 U.S.-based companies that have a rather well-known and well-documented exposure to doing business in China.
A new survey shows that less than half of Americans believe their tax burden is too high, the lowest level since 1956.
Many marijuana-related businesses pay their taxes in cash. Lots of cash.
Just ahead of the filing deadline for 2018 federal and state income taxes, the IRS published its roundup of 2016 income and taxes. Americans reported more than $10 trillion in income and paid about...
With taxpayers knee-deep in tax season, it's important to keep investments and taxes in mind when it comes to your tax bills ahead of the April 15, 2019 deadline.
With the tax code having been changed yet again in 2018, many investors who have started filing their taxes will be getting some surprises around how much they owe for taxes on capital gains and...
Some investors might be thinking that the safety and income from utilities already has seen its upside. Merrill Lynch does not feel that way at all.
With the Powerball lottery up to an estimated $625 million, 24/7 Wall St. does not want to see anyone go broke. That’s why we have created a self-help guide of 12 things not do if you win the...
The government shutdown could cause some people to experience a delay in getting their refunds, as measured against what the Internal Revenue Service says is the normal period.
We've all seen the ads promoting loans backed by expected tax refunds. Here's how those work and why they may be helpful to some taxpayers.
It's a new year, and that means it's time for people to set new financial goals. Go ahead, call them New Year's resolutions for your money and assets.