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A fan holds an American flag as paper falls from buildings above during the ticker tape parade for the U.S. women's soccer team to celebrate their World Cup final win over Japan, in New York, July 10, 2015.

After weeks of worry, Americans’ tax refunds are finally trending up

After three weeks of data showing the average tax refund was smaller than last year, the IRS announced Thursday that refunds are up 1.3% on average.
What deductions are you missing when filing your tax return?

10 things you probably didn’t know you could deduct on your taxes

What deductions are you missing when filing your tax return? Here are 10 that are often overlooked ahead of tax day 2019.

5 changes to expect when you file your tax return this year

Your tax return will have some changes this year. From an increased standard deduction to an eliminated personal exemption, here's what to expect.
The Tuesday after Presidents Day Weekend is the busiest time for the IRS.

The IRS says the busiest day of tax season is right around the corner, and there’s a simple way to beat the rush

When can you file taxes? The IRS says the busiest day of tax season is right after Presidents Day Weekend. Avoid the rush by filing your taxes ASAP.

The 25 most charitable counties in the US, according to income tax data

Here are the 25 US counties with the highest rate of per taxpayer charitable deductions, according to IRS income tax data.

The 25 most charitable counties in the US, according to income tax data

Here are the 25 US counties with the highest rate of per taxpayer charitable deductions, according to IRS income tax data.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.

46,000 IRS workers will head back to work without pay to process tax returns and pay out refunds

Since the government shutdown began in December, the IRS has been operating with about 10,000 of its 80,000 employees.
You should file your taxes immediately, despite a potential tax refund delay, according to accountants.

The IRS can’t pay out tax refunds during the partial government shutdown, but experts say you should still file ASAP

You can still file your tax return during the government shutdown, but in the event of a prolonged shutdown, there will likely be a delay in refunds.
The IRS begins accepting tax returns at the end of January.

The IRS can’t pay out tax refunds during the partial government shutdown, and it’s the biggest problem for people who need it the most

Tax refunds may be delayed if the partial government shutdown continues, according to The Wall Street Journal.
The Saver's Credit gives eligible taxpayers saving for retirement a tax break.

You may be able to cut down your tax bill with a little-known credit if you saved for retirement this year

The Saver's Credit enables low- to moderate-income taxpayers saving for retirement to reduce their tax bill by up to $2,000.