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Taxes 101

Getting married is a wonderful event. But after the celebrations are over, there are many decisions you will face as a married couple. This article lists a few of the tax decisions newlyweds will face in the beginning.

You never know when or if you will be audited. But the best way to be prepared is to know what to expect and to maintain your tax documentation. This article discusses the 3 types of audits and what to expect in each.

See when Tax Freedom Day is this year... and how it is calculated. Tax Freedom Day represents the number of days Americans on average have to work a year in order to afford their tax liability.

United States Savings bonds are a great way to invest money conservatively and can provide the opportunity to grow interest tax free. These bonds make a great gift for young children to hold on to and potentially use for college expenses.

Since its the last day before the tax deadline, you may be wondering how in the world am I going to get this done. But one way to reduce the stress is to complete a tax return extension.

There are certain types of income that should not be included on your tax return. In this article we discuss a few of the types of income that are excluded from your tax return and therefore result in tax savings.

We'll discuss the different tax filing statuses and the requirements and benefits associated with each status. By knowing all the tax statuses available, you may be able to reduce your tax liability.

The Working Families Relief Act of 2004 created a standard definition of a qualifying child to be used for tax purposes. The definition has 4 main requirements to consider.

If you live in one of these states then you have to pay taxes on all of the media you've downloaded -- for a fee -- this year! Here's the complete list of states.