Tax Day: Haven’t Filed Your Taxes Yet? Here Are Some Last-Minute Tips (And A Few Deals)Waiting until the last minute is not usually a good idea, especially when it comes to filing your taxes.
If You Haven't Filed Your Taxes Yet, Here Are Some Last-Minute TipsWaiting until the last minute is not usually a good idea, especially when it comes to filing your taxes.
No Joke: Sales Tax Increasing In 51 California Cities On April 1Starting Monday, sales tax in 51 California cities – including four in the Sacramento area – is increasing.
California Assembly Democrats Want Lower Threshold To Raise Local TaxesCalifornia voters could decide next year whether it should be easier for their local governments to raise taxes and issue bonds for public projects.
H&R Block Denies 'Peace Of Mind Claim' For Couple After Costly Mistake On TaxesThe couple said they paid extra for this protection from the tax preparer, but they still had to fight to get H&R Block to pay for the mistakes. 
Marijuana Businesses Could Soon Pay City Taxes In CryptocurrencyThe bill would let marijuana businesses pay their city and county taxes with digital currencies such as bitcoin.
Average Tax Refund Down 8% So Far This SeasonTax season is off to a slower start this year, with early filers seeing smaller average refunds.
California Lawmakers Seek Tax Cuts For State's Sluggish Pot IndustryA group of Democratic state lawmakers are proposing major tax cuts for the marijuana industry to jump-start's California's sluggish legal marketplace.
IRS Orders 36,000 Furloughed Employees To Return To Work Without PayThe Internal Revenue Service is bringing back tens of thousands of additional federal employees with less than two weeks before tax filing season begins.
White House Says Tax 'Refunds Will Go Out' Amid ShutdownAmericans can still expect to get their tax refunds even though the Internal Revenue Service has been swept up in the federal government shutdown.
Government Slashes Tesla's Tax Credit As Company Gets Ready To Offer Lower-Cost Model 3Tesla buyers can say goodbye to a $7,500 tax credit in the new year.