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Top 2020 Dems would raise $1 trillion less through tax plans than campaigns claim, new study finds

Tax plans from Democratic presidential candidates would not generate as much revenue as their campaigns have claimed, a new study said Thursday.

9 of the most tax-friendly states for retirees who want to save money

From sales tax to property tax, paying taxes can be a big expense to US retirees living on a fixed income.
How long should you keep tax records? At least 3 years.

How long to keep tax records, according to the IRS

Wondering how long to keep tax records? The IRS recommends storing tax returns and related documents for at least three years and up to seven years.

Apple CEO Tim Cook heads to Ireland to pick up an award for investing in the country

In 2016, the EU ordered Apple to pay the Irish government $14.4 billion to compensate for the alleged illegal state aid it had received.
French President Emmanuel Macron.

A new bill would force Netflix, Amazon, and other streaming services to put 25% of French revenue into funding French cinema

France is reportedly finalizing a bill that would make streaming services like Netflix put 25% of their French-generated revenue toward local cinema.
Filing online and requesting direct deposit is the quickest way to get your tax refund.

Here’s when you can expect your tax refund to hit your bank account, according to the IRS

Where's my tax refund? It should arrive within 21 days of filing electronically if you request direct deposit, according to the IRS.

American families are paying a hidden $8,000 ‘poll tax’ to cover their healthcare costs, 2 economists argue

Two Princeton economists say that American families pay an exorbitant amount of money to access healthcare in the US compared to other countries.
Tax credits directly reduce your tax bill.

What is a tax credit? It’s a way for parents, homeowners, and students to lower their taxes

A tax credit is a dollar-for-dollar reduction of your tax bill. It's different than a tax deduction — you claim it regardless of whether you itemize.

Trump handed big business a massive tax cut, and all he got in return was embarrassment

President Trump and the GOP promised their tax cuts would drive business investment and economic growth. Instead, companies kept the windfall.
How much you earn will help determine your tax bracket.

What tax bracket am I in? Here’s how to find out

How much you pay in income taxes depends on several factors, including whether you're single or married, and, of course, how much you earn.