It's come down to the wire for those tax-filing procrastinators -- it's time to mail your tax return.
You have until Tuesday, April 17 to get your return postmarked and on its way to Uncle Sam.
The odds of getting into a fatal crash increase by six percent on tax filing day, according to a study published Wednesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
With the tax filing deadline just days away the IRS has advice for those who have to pay but may not have all the cash owed on hand.
Rev up the calculator and start your countdown: The annual tax-filing deadline is less than a month away.
It's a tough time of year for those who have to pay taxes. If you do owe see this consumer alert because how you pay the tax man can add even more to what you owe.
One viewer learns the hard way about hiring a company that claimed it could wipe away fees associated with owing back taxes.
Attention taxpayers: A few little-known and often overlooked benefits of this tax-filing season may reduce your taxes.
You could use it to pay off credit-card bills or to build an emergency fund. Those are certainly things that should be done with most of the money, but why be a killjoy with all of it?
The IRS provides helpful information to taxpayers spelling out those who need to be aware of federal tax law changes.
The Oklahoma Tax Commission announces it will not issue state tax refund checks this year.
You're ready to do your taxes, but you haven't received a W-2 from your employer. What should you do?
Representatives of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program are preparing federal and state tax forms free of charge for people grossing less than $60,000 a year, according to a press release.
Getting that tax return filed by April 17 can be stressful but you don't have to face it alone. Several agencies are offering a helping hand.
The IRS provides help figuring how to pay-back the credit.
As tax time quickly approaches you may be thinking filing an extension would be helpful. You need to know what an extension can do for you and what it can cost you.
The slightest misstep on your tax return can cause everything from a delay in getting your refund to an audit.
From infants to college students, your children are a big tax consideration.
A warning this week from the Better Business Bureau, for folks looking for a professional to help file their tax return.
Tulsa's Community Action Project wants to lend a helping hand this tax season.
Special tax information for those serving in the military and veterans.
The IRS stopped mailing forms to all tax payers but there are plenty of places to get what you need.
By now your W-2 has probably shown up in your mailbox, and folks will start filing their tax returns, some doing the work themselves, others getting help from a professional.
A Krebs man and his 18-year-old son are arrested for possession of meth Wednesday. Agents said a 5 ft. rattlesnake guarded their shake and bake lab.
Bartlesville High School is no longer on lockdown after police say a suspicious backpack found in the hallway contained only school supplies.
A McAlester man is facing federal charges after allegedly installing a hidden video camera in the women's restroom at the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant.
Don't Waste Your Money
This time of year, stores are throwing sale after sale to get us to do our holiday shopping there. And the biggest store of them all is Walmart.
Consumers can get help writing letters to deal with any debt collection issues and can also file complaints with the CFPB.
Tax time is upon us and the IRS shares information on finding the right tax preparer who is properly qualified to help you.