It’s a confusing time of year. Dana Sippel, with Glassman Wealth Services, swung by the WTOP newsroom to answer some your most taxing questions.
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.
Russell Vought, acting director of the White House budget office, tells reporters: “The refunds will go out as normal. There is an indefinite appropriation to pay tax refunds.”
If you took advantage of an extension to file your Virginia income tax return, your time is almost up.
Let’s say you get a refund after you file your taxes. What should you do with it? Save the money? Invest it? Here are 7 tips to getting the most from your return.
Tax season is in full swing, and it’s time to start thinking about filing your taxes and getting the most out of your return and your tax refund.
For those who deduct work-related mileage costs, the good news is there’s no change in your tax filings yet. But that’s about to change.
When it comes to filing your tax return, a little due diligence can keep the taxman happy and help you avoid an audit. But depending on which way you choose to file, you could be more likely to make a mistake.
In recent weeks, Maryland’s comptroller’s office suspended processing tax returns from 23 Liberty Tax Service franchises and three private preparers.
The government shutdown could hit every working American right in the wallet.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.