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Americans love tax refunds.

Here’s how big tax refunds could be this year for people earning between $21,000 and $266,000

Business Insider estimated federal tax refund amounts for different jobs based on a single person with no dependents who claims zero allowances.
Filing taxes doesn't have to be tedious.

We compared H&R Block and TurboTax for filing your taxes — here’s the verdict

H&R Block and TurboTax both make it relatively simple for people to file their taxes for free online, but one stood out to us as the easier option.

Louisiana accidentally gave out $26 million in tax refunds after it paid people twice. Now it wants the money back.

After a computer error caused around 66,000 people to receive double refund payments, state officials reportedly said the system was fixed.
Stay away from these cities if you value balance in your life.

How much 25 major US cities pinch from your wallet in taxes

State and local taxes vary widely from place to place.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, right, shows his wife Louise Linton a sheet of new $1 bills on November 15, 2017.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin says his tax rate actually went up after Trump’s tax cuts — and the reason why makes perfect sense

The cap on the state and local tax deduction has caused wealthy taxpayers in New York and California, like Steve Mnuchin, to pay more this year.
Worst case scenario, it's possible that you could go to jail.

12 terrible things that could happen if you don’t do your taxes

You'll want to pay your taxes, if only to avoid these consequences.
No income-tax states Alaska, Nevada, and Wyoming top the list.

The 25 states where high-income Americans earning $150,000 a year pay the least in taxes

Considering state and local income taxes, property taxes, and sales taxes, WalletHub calculated the tax burden for a "high-income" resident.
President Barack Obama sits with 3- and 4-year old students in a pre-kindergarten class at Powell Elementary School in Washington

Obama: ‘Teachers are so grossly underpaid in this country’ that those in San Francisco ‘have no place to live’

Obama doesn't enjoy paying his big tax bills yet always pays "the max" rate. But he appreciates what taxes do and wants companies to do the same.
The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, which was passed in 2017, will impact homeowners filing this tax season.

Homeowners in expensive US cities should be some of the first to notice how Trump’s tax reform affects this year’s filing

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act resulted in changes to the mortgage-interest deduction and so-called SALT deductions, as some homeowners are finding out.
A tax extension doesn't mean you have more time to pay your tax bill.

You can get a 6-month extension on your tax return, but that doesn’t mean you’re off the hook on tax day

The IRS website explains exactly how to file a tax extension. But a six-month filing extension doesn't mean you're off the hook if you owe money.