Are you 65 or older? You may qualify for some special tax deductions and credits.
Claiming these under-the-radar deductions and credits could net you a larger tax refund or a smaller tax bill.
Refundable tax credits reduce your tax bill, and you may qualify even if you don't owe any taxes.
No one wants to be audited. Reduce your risk by avoiding these four mistakes.
Keep more of your hard-earned cash by following these simple tips for filing your tax return.
Poor health, a job loss, or familial changes could all force you into unplanned retirement. Here's how to handle it.
Being practical with your tax refund could save you a lot of money in the long run.
There's no way to avoid paying taxes altogether, but with careful planning, you can minimize what you owe.
Understanding the difference between stocks and bonds is key to investing wisely.
It is possible to invest effectively for the short term, but you can't take too much risk.
They are a simple, diversified, and affordable way to grow your money.
These answers can dictate how comfortable your retirement is going to be.
Your Social Security benefits could be reduced if you earn too much.
If you think your HSA is only good for covering medical expenses, you're overlooking one of its key benefits.
If you don't understand these rules, you could be in for a surprise at tax time.
The wrong workplace retirement plan can limit your portfolio's growth. How does yours stack up?
One kind of credit check will hurt your credit score. The other won't.
The simplicity of these savings tools can be their greatest strength or their biggest drawback.
How you withdraw and use your retirement savings requires just as much thought as saving for retirement in the first place.
The program was only meant to replace 40% of pre-retirement income, and with changes looming, it's best not to rely on it too much.