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There’s a growing group of 1099 workers in the work force. Here’s what they need to know come tax season.
In a letter to House and Senate leadership, top manufacturing CEOs argued that the current tax system penalizes American factory workers.
Merchants drove home the potential damage that could be inflicted if their costs increase under any overhaul of the tax code.
Donald Trump touted tax reform and gave markets a boost, but the process could still take longer than many hope.
Married, divorced or widowed? If you passed a milestone in 2016, here’s a look at what to tell the IRS come April.
Lowering taxes to encourage economic growth is the best way to tackle budget deficits, Douglas Elliman chairman Howard Lorber tells CNBC.
Are you ready? You have until April 18 to file your income tax return, or Oct. 16 if you file an extension.
“You won’t tax imports and exports equally,” Kevin Brady tells CNBC. “You’ll still have a tax advantage for foreign products.”
Repealing Obamacare would provide a tax cut averaging $7 million for the 400 highest-earning taxpayers, according to a new study.
Taking a few simple steps now, from finding professional help to gathering paperwork, can save a lot of headaches come tax-filing season.
The average victim loses $5,700 to con artists posing as agents from the Internal Revenue Service. Here’s what you can do to protect yourself.
Nearly a third of retirees have yet to withdrawn enough from their retirement accounts this year. At risk: A steep 50 percent penalty on the shortfall.
There are a growing number of federal and state tax-prep services and free e-filing available.
From managing capital gains to charitable giving, there’s a range of strategies to reduce the amount you fork over to the government.
While some richer taxpayers could benefit from Trump’s proposed reforms, others may end up paying more.