The sun is back! It might be time to consider solar power, which could earn you a large tax break.
It doesn't seem like you have to say this, but the U.S. Tax Court had to remind one man that if you plan to deduct business expenses, make sure you start your business to make money.
If you got a big refund this year or owed more than you expected, the same could happen next filing season. Both situations mean you should consider adjusting your payroll withholding.
Higher income earners are expected to see more of their wages -- around $3,3000 -- subject to Social Security payroll taxes next year as wage base projected to be $130,500 in 2018.
The UK and US have a lot of similarities, including similar problems with their tax laws.
Marvel's reluctant superhero Jessica Jones is one reason Netflix is popular. States now are hoping to cash in on that fandom by taxing streaming services.
Ways and Means members urge IRS to deal with problems of rehiring fired employees.
There will be special sales in connection with Monday’s solar eclipse. Most of them will be taxable. (Path of totality August 21 2017 solar eclipse_Ernie Wright_NASA-Goddard-SVS)
Virginia Rep. Thomas Garrett is leading a conservative GOP effort to drum up support for a repeal and delayed replacement of Obamacare. (Fox News appearance screenshot)
17 states seeking to boost their infrastructure funding have opted to add fees for electric car owners. (Electric cars charging on Ontario, Canada, street via EVObsession)