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You got a $54,000 refund! What are you going to do next?

Apr 8, 2011
What's the best tax return you've ever received? In the hundreds, maybe the low thousands? What if your tax return was more like $50,000! Tess talks to a couple who got the most unexpected call from their tax accountant.
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How to make the most of your refund

Apr 8, 2011
Tess Vigeland talks to Kimberly Palmer, senior editor and columnist for US News and World Report. She says that refunds are not only good, but something you should have fun with.
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Some undocumented workers still pay U.S. taxes

Apr 8, 2011
Many foreigners living in the U.S. are volunteering to cough up money for Uncle Sam. But why?
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Taxes: To DIY or not to DIY?

Apr 8, 2011
According to the IRS, more people are opting to do their taxes using some kind of tax software. But many are still nervous about going it alone.
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A look behind the dreaded IRS audit

Apr 8, 2011
Last year, the government audited more than 1.5 million individual tax returns, an increase of 11 percent over the previous year. So just how bad is the audit experience?
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Did you pay your taxes?

Apr 8, 2011
Have you finished your taxes yet? If tradition holds, about a quarter of taxpayers still haven't filed. Still, most of us get our taxes done on...
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Tax Day looms in face of possible government shutdown

Apr 6, 2011
In a shutdown, people filing paper tax returns may be out of luck when it comes to a quick refund. People who e-file may have a different experience.
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Lower gas taxes lure drivers to Mo.

Mar 28, 2011
With lower state taxes on gasoline, among others, Mo. is easily undercutting its border mate, Ill., when it comes to the price to fill up.
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The U.S. tax system, according to GE

Mar 25, 2011
General Electric paid no taxes in 2010, but claimed a tax benefit of $3.2 billion, according to a report from the New York Times.
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GE scores big profits, but a small U.S. tax bill

Mar 25, 2011
From light bulbs to jet engines, General Electric is a symbol of a profitable American business. Why then doesn't it pay corporate tax?
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