Tax day might be right around the corner, but it's not too late. Here are six tips for last-minute filers.
Want to use your tax refund in a more productive way than just spending it on stuff or vacations? Here are some ideas from Investor Junkie.
What are the limits for contributions to retirement plans, including IRAs and 401(k)s, this year? Find out from this handy guide.
How long should you keep your tax and investing documents? Before you go running to the shredder, read this first.
When it comes to taxes on your investments, you can avoid them, delay them or evade them. We definitely don't recommend that last one. Instead, here's a strategy to use.
One of the scariest things about making the leap to self-employment is the issue of taxes. But there are deductions and other strategies you can use to make figuring out your debt to Uncle Sam easy... and save money in the process. Here's what I did.
Like a crystal ball telling your future, your tax return can give you a window into your financial picture. Here's what to look for.
Nobody likes to pay taxes -- especially not investors, who may have more complicated returns than usual. Here are three software products that can help.
Want to pay less at tax time? Here's how to do it... and not to do it, unless you don't mind going to jail.
If you're looking to sell your investments, there's one important factor you shouldn't forget about. In fact, it could help determine whether a sale is worth it or not.
We've all been told that we need to sock money away in retirement accounts. But is it possible to save too much for your golden years? Here's how to find out.
You might be surprised to learn that not every asset performs efficiently in a tax-advantaged retirement account. Here's why.