IRS May Start to Tax Your Account in the Caymans
Have you ever thought about investing in a Cayman Islands tax haven? Before opening an account, or making adjustments to an already existing account, review these tax tips.
Tax Myths—Busted! | H&R Block
When it comes to making everyday tax decisions, we find that there's a gap between what's true and what's rumored. Let's explore four common tax myths.
My daughter is a full-time student, but she also made money working part-time. D...
Learn more about IRS tax rules for full time students from the tax experts at H&R Block.
Regarding illegal alien taxes, my nanny is an illegal alien and I paid her under...
Will your taxes be affected if an illegal alien names you as their employer? Get your questions answered from the tax experts at H&R Block.
Federal Tax Updates
Find tax law updates and get tax answers at H&R Block.
Tax Changes in 2017 You Need To Know About
Mileage, depreciation, health insurance deductions, and retirement contributions are a few freelance taxation changes in 2017. Get more detail here...
PATH Act: A New Tax Law That Could Impact Many Taxpayers
Are you counting down the days until you get your tax refund? Learn more about the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act and how it could impact you.
ITIN Renewals – Follow These New IRS Procedures
There's a new IRS process for those that have an expired ITIN. Here is some information from H&R Block that you need to know before renewing you ITIN.
When You Have To File A Puerto Rico Tax Return
Puerto Rico Tax Law has special rules as a posession of the U.S. The Tax Institute is explaining what you need to know about filing a Puerto Rico tax return.
Who in Puerto Rico should file a U.S. tax return?
Some Puerto Rican citizens are exempt from filing with the IRS, but anyone with income from the U.S. will need to submit a return. Learn more at H&R Block.