Knowing what you can legitimately deduct off your taxes and what receipts you didn’t need to hold on to after all, can help both you and your accountant avoid a lot of headaches.
No one wants to pay more taxes than necessary or run the risk of an audit. Here are several common mistakes to avoid.
Elaine Palahunik has never cheated on her taxes, so she was floored to get a call on her answering machine recently telling her to call back or else.
A tax time scam is targeting people all across the nation, including right here in Pittsburgh
It’s easy to make a mistake on your taxes, especially if you are a new business owner or running a small business. Before you file, dot your i’s and cross your t’s by making sure to use the correct tax forms.
State Rep. Brian Ellis says someone pretending to be an IRS agent called his home last week and said he and his wife would be arrested if they didn’t pay nearly $4,000 to settle a supposed debt.
It’s tax refund season and Raymond Grey was expecting a $2,000-plus check from the IRS, but now it’s unclear if that check will ever arrive in the mail.
Tax season isn’t just a busy time for people trying to get their returns – it’s also a busy time for scammers.
The cost of being uninsured in America is going up significantly next year for millions of people.
It’s called spoofing.
Pittsburgh Police are issuing an alert to the public about what they’re calling a sophisticated scam.
Five Nigerians have been indicted in connection with a tax return fraud case.
The IRS released a statement saying it is not affected by the “Heartbleed Bug,” or aware of any related security flaws.
With less than a week to go, many procrastinators will be scrambling to finish up their taxes to make sure they get them in by the April 15 deadline.
According to the IRS, 20 to 25 percent of Americans wait until the last two weeks before the deadline to file their taxes. If tax time snuck up on you this year, here are a few tips to help you file.