Tax Breaks Every Parent Should Know About
Learn about child tax breaks available to most parents.
Tax Exemptions and Dependents: Six Things to Know
Understand IRS rules for claiming dependents as exemptions on your tax return.
Who Qualifies as a Dependent for Tax Purposes?
Many taxpayers mistakenly pass up on a valuable tax exemption you can take for dependents.
Five Ways Having Children Saves You Taxes
Don't miss out on these valuable tax savings.
The Kiddie Tax: Limits on Shifting Unearned Income to Children
Learn about the kiddie tax and how to avoid it with smart investments.
The Kiddie Tax
Income shifting to kids and other family members is a popular tax strategy but the rules have changed.
Child Tax Credits
If you have children you support, there are two different tax credits you should know about.
Tax-Free College Savings
Don't miss out on government savings programs created to help with college costs.
Is Your Student Loan Tax Deductible?
The short answer is no but the interest you pay on your student loans may be deductible.
Tax Relief for Child Care Expenses
The child care tax credit and dependent care accounts could save you thousands of dollars.
Do You Qualify for the Adoption Tax Credit?
If you're thinking of adopting, don't miss this generous tax credit.
Do You Need to Pay the Nanny Tax?
The answer depends on how your hire your nanny and much you pay the person.
Why It's Tax Smart to Hire Your Children
Your children can be a great tax savings device if you run your own business.
Dependency Exemption for Children of Divorced Parents
As a general rule, the custodial parent gets the entire exemption when they divorce.
How Boomerang Children Can Save You Taxes
Here are some tips on how a child who ends up back at home can help reduce your tax burden.
Are Homeschooling Expenses Deductible?
The short answer is: No. Find out which education-related tax deductions and credits are not available to people who homeschool their children.
Are Scholarship and Fellowship Student Grants Tax Free?
The answer to this question depends on how you spend the grant money.
Deducting Your Childrens' Wages: Watch Out for IRS Scrutiny
Learn what the IRS looks at when determining whether wages paid to a child are deductible.