The size of clients’ tax refunds was up 1.4 percent this tax season, while their overall tax liability was down 24.9 percent.
Data from advertising company Exponential found that walk-in tax preparation is more popular with older generations, while young people are more likely to file their taxes online or with tax prep software.
As Tax Day approaches next week, accountants are finally getting to the end of a particularly grueling busy season.
The new tax law and the 35-day shutdown had an impact on the agency, but it still managed to process over 59 million returns by mid-season.
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A deep dive into the issues and challenges driving this tax season.
IRS fraud-detection; restoring the personal exemption; divorce and taxes; and other highlights from our favorite tax bloggers.
Tax pros share how they handle panicking self-preparers.
You’re not an accountant; you’re a luxury service provider.
Surveys released this week reveal lingering uncertainty about the new tax law.