IRS Giving Taxpayers Extra Day To File After Website IssuesAmericans are getting an extra day to file their taxes after key elements of the IRS website crashed on deadline day.
IRS 'Direct Pay' Option Not Working On Tax DayRight now the Direct Pay section of the Internal Revenue Service's web site is not working.
Options Available For People Who Can't Meet Tax DeadlineWhile you will be able to get extra time to file, you still must pay at least 90% of what you owe by April 17 to avoid a penalty.
This Is What Pennsylvania Taxpayers Are Most Worried About This Tax SeasonFind out what people in your area are excited about and scared about this tax season.
Odds Of Being Audited By IRS Lowest In 15 Years, Report SaysAudits have fallen for the sixth straight year with only 0.62 percent of taxpayers being examined by the IRS in 2017.
Officials Remind Taxpayers To Watch Out For Refund ScamsIt's getting to be that time of year... The State Department of Revenue has issued a warning about criminals trying to steal your tax refund.
Many Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency Owners Not Reporting Holdings On Their Taxes, Report SaysAccording to Credit Karma, less than 100 people out of 250,000 who have filed their 2017 taxes through the company have reported buying cryptocurrency.
Ex-Sergeant Pleads Guilty In False Tax Returns CaseA former U.S. Army sergeant has pleaded guilty to using hacked information from four University of Pittsburgh Medical Center employees to file false tax returns seeking IRS refunds.
Expert Offers Tax Deadline Day TipsThere are many reasons people put off that trip to the Post Office with their tax returns until the last minute.
Some Taxpayers May Experience A Delay In Getting Tax RefundsMonday, Jan. 23, is the first day that the Internal Revenue Service begins to process those tax returns due from all of us on April 15.
Consumer Reports Issues Obamacare Tax Scam WarningScammers are at it again, this time claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service.
Judge Spares Doughnut Shop Founder Prison, Not Scorn In Tax CaseThe founder of a doughnut shop chain based in Pittsburgh faces sentencing in federal court for underreporting his income in 2010 and then hiding the business from bankruptcy proceedings a year later.