Monday is the deadline to file your federal taxes, but it’s also a good day to claim discounts and freebies. Here’s what you can get for free or on sale through April 15.
If you’ve been putting off filing your taxes, there is one last thing you can still do to lower your taxable income and possibly increase your chances of a better return.
The country’s tax collectors announced this week that some people may not be able to receive or renew passports if they owe too much in taxes and don’t have an approved plan to pay them off.
On Tax Day, many people took to social media to share their thoughts.
Thousands of protesters came out for Saturday’s Tax Day protest in front of the U.S. Capitol and called for President Trump to release his tax returns.
The fact is: Certain products carry an especially high “sin tax.” Some sin taxes are still pretty low — like $0.02 per gallon on beer. Others, like the $14.24 per gallon liquor tax, are much higher.
Getting a tax refund this year and not really the type who likes to save? The average refund so far is just over $3,0000.
The Internal Revenue Service is considering whether to no longer accept walk-in customers seeking help or to make payments, the nation’s taxpayer advocate told Congress Friday.
Tax Day has been pushed to April 18, and many area businesses are offering free food and services to mark its arrival.
Low- to moderate-income families could get money back from the federal government if they take advantage of the free help that’s out there.
Tuesday marks the official start of tax season. Know the changes for this year.
The top four tax tips on Tax Day.
Tax Day isn’t likely to inspire much excitement among Americans. Most of us view April 15 either as a dreadful deadline we have yet to meet or a cruel reminder of the money Uncle Sam…
WASHINGTON — Tax Day, April 15, is a little less painful with all the freebies and deals being offered by restaurants, bars and other businesses. Check out our list, and check back with the WTOP Freebies…
Businesses have transformed April 15 from deadline day to holiday by offering freebies and deals to weary taxpayers.
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