Great Deals In April Just In Time To Help Spend That Tax RefundWith tax time right around the corner, April may not seem like a great month to splurge, but experts say there are some items you won't want to wait to buy. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
New York Passes $175 Million State BudgetAmong the items included in the approved New York budget are a plastic bag ban, 2 percent property tax cap, and internet sales tax, a mansion tax and elimination of cash bails for misdemeanors. CBS2's Chris Wragge and Mary Calvi report.
Report: Congestion Pricing Will Be In NYS BudgetThe controversial plan to tax drivers coming into Midtown Manhattan is reportedly set to be part of the New York State budget.
Web Extra: Gov. Cuomo Talks On Extending NY's 2 Percent Tax CapGov. Andrew Cuomo joined Nassau County officials to join a push making a proposed property tax cap permanent after several homeowners saw huge reassessment increases at the local level.
How To Avoid Tax-Related ScamsTax season is underway, and every year, the IRS issues warnings about tax refund scams. Dan Goldberg, president and managing director of IKOR, offers advice on protection against such tricks.
LI Homeowners Demand Property Tax FormulaLong Island homeowners are demanding to be shown the formula that threatens to send property taxes skyrocketing. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
NJ Residents React To Murphy's Budget PlanCBS2's Meg Baker speaks to New Jersey residents after Gov. Murphy lays out a controversial budget plan for the state.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo: Make Tax Cap PermanentGov. Andrew Cuomo says he wants to make a tax cap permanent.
Taxpayers Blaming Accountants For Smaller ReturnsAs taxpayers struggle with the nation's changing tax laws, many are choosing to blame their accountants for the smaller refunds. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Tax Reform Giving IRS Refund Sticker ShockTaxpayers filing their yearly returns are receiving some unwelcome news about the size of the refunds. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Tax Freeze Coming To Westchester County?CBSN New York's Tony Aiello shows us how Westchester County plans on dealing with a proposed taxation increase.
Wealthy New Yorkers Leaving For FloridaCBS2's Valerie Castro has the latest on the mass exodus of wealthy New Yorkers leaving for Florida and why taxes are at the center of the move.
Tax Tips Following The Government ShutdownCBS2's Dick Brennan spoke to tax experts about how the government shutdown will affect your tax returns.
IRS Has Large Backlog After Government ShutdownIt's the time of year when we start filing our taxes, but thanks to the government shutdown, the IRS has a lot of catching up to do.
IRS Faces Giant Mail Backlog After Gov't ShutdownA delay of hiring temporary workers during the recent federal government shutdown means a backlog is already happening that may affect processing taxes for 2018. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
Bi-Partisan Push On For State, Local Tax Deduction BillLawmakers from both sides of the aisle are working to bring back the state and local tax deduction-- also known as "salt" - in full. CBS2’s Dick Brennan reports.
Change In Tax Law Sparks Rush To Divorce Amid HolidaysUnder new federal law, alimony will no longer be tax deductible come Jan. 1, and the change is sending divorce attorneys into overdrive. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Gov. Cuomo Outlines Priorities For Next TermGov. Andrew Cuomo announced his major policies Monday that will set the priorities for his first 100 days in office under his new term. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Expert Top Tips On Holiday Charity GivingMichael Thatcher, CEO of Charity Navigator, offers his organizations tips on how to evaluate where to give and what new tax laws may mean for your donations. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
Ohio Now Accepting Bitcoin For Business Tax PaymentsBusinesses in Ohio can now register online to pay their taxes with the Bitcoin crypto-currency. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Lawmakers Push To Restore SALT DeductionsCBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the latest on New Jersey lawmakers pushing to restore SALT deductions that were capped by recent tax reforms.
Decades Of Confusing Tax Assessments May At Last Be ChangingFor decades families have begged to get Nassau County's antiquated, confusing property tax assessment rolls fixed. Now County Executive Laura Curran is making good on her campaign pledge, but not how others expected. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
IRS Stops States’ Attempts To Save SALT DeductionLast year's tax overhaul by President Donald Trump put a $10,000 cap on deductions for state and local income taxes, otherwise known as SALT, which Democrats say depresses home sales. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Why More Americans Will Owe Money This Tax SeasonA new report shows fatter paychecks now could translate into higher tax bills next year. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.

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