You should have been taking RMD based on your life expectancy.
Tax fairness and tax burdens are front-and-center, as a fight over the soon-to-be-expiring Trump tax cuts looms.
Most of the 92 provisions in the new law 'do not help workers struggling to accumulate adequate retirement savings'
The IRS will receive $80 billion in funding over the next decade. Of that, Congress earmarked $15 million to study an IRS free tax-prep service.
The IRS is examining if it can pull off a free, online tax-preparation service.
The head of the Internal Revenue Service acknowledged Monday racial disparities in how tax returns are treated by the agency.
When a loan is not paid off, the outstanding balance is treated as a distribution.
With steeper tax rates expected in coming decades, traditional advice deserves another look.
TurboTax will soon pay a $141 million settlement for ‘deceptive marketing.’ Will you be receiving a check?
Intuit, which owns TurboTax, admitted no wrongdoing in the case.
You want to move to a state with low- or no income tax. Your financial adviser might have another idea.
Consider property taxes, insurance costs and why you're inclined to relocate.
IRS mulls offering free online tax prep services. TurboTax says IRS would turn into ‘judge, jury and executioner.’
Advocates say it's time for Americans to be able to prep and file their taxes directly with the IRS. Opponents say it's government overreach.
Worried the IRS is going to audit your tax return? If you make less than $400,000, you can probably relax.
The IRS has revealed more specifics on which taxpayers face a higher chance of being audited — and which don't.
New restrictions favoring U.S. manufacturing mean that only certain EV makes qualify for the up to $7,500 tax credit. Others can earn partial credit.
There is an income limit to be able to make a Roth IRA contribution but there is no income limit to contribute to a traditional IRA
What happens if you can’t pay your taxes? IRS has a payment plan — but read this before you sign up.
Taxpayers entered into 2.4 million installment agreements in 2022.
Call-wait times are shorter, but so are refund amounts.
The standard deduction and tax brackets are some of the approximately 60 provisions the IRS updates annually for inflation.
Biden administration wants to more aggressively audit the 1% — but that will be a lot trickier than it sounds
The IRS recently revealed its plans to use $80 billion in extra funding.
If you’re feeling underwhelmed by the size of your income-tax refund this year, you’re probably not alone.
Are you filing your taxes at the last minute? Take the MarketWatch Tax Quiz to see if you are prepared
Take the stress out of tax season with the MarketWatch tax quiz.
People recovering from snowstorms, mudslides, tornadoes and other natural disasters may have extra time to get their tax returns in order.