5:40 - Marcum Firmwide Partner-in-Charge Joseph Perry on the tax law changes affecting 2013 tax returns.
3:57 - Heritage Foundation Senior Fellow John Malcolm on reports the IRS is not doing enough to reduce the risks to taxpayer information.
4:10 - FBN’s John Stossel on Medicaid, taxes and charity.
3:39 - Gene Marks on which tax deductions to make the most of before the end of the year
3:42 - Obeid & Lowenstein Partner Fran Obeid on the rising number of Americans renouncing their citizenship.
3:36 - Wealth Health CEO Rich Coppa on the growing risks of tax refund ID theft.
4:17 - 'How Money Walks' author Travis H. Brown breaks down how states with high taxes are driving out wealth.
4:18 - Kiplinger Senior Editor Sandra Block on the most and least tax-friendly states in the country.
3:19 - Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist on the impact of ObamaCare on taxes.
3:46 - Wealth Health Managing Director Rich Coppa on the tax implications of ObamaCare.
2:51 - Personal finance expert Jordan Goodman on how to protect your financial life in the event of a disaster.
4:59 - Diversified Private Wealth President Dominick Tavella on the tax implications of ObamaCare.
4:00 - Wealth Health Managing Director Rich Coppa on the tax loopholes in ObamaCare.
1:24 - FBN’s Stuart Varney weighs in on the founder of Virgin Group, Sir Richard Branson.
5:07 - Tax Foundation’s Scott Drenkard on the best and worst states for taxes.
5:04 - Diversified Private Wealth President Dominick Tavella on how ObamaCare impacts taxes.
6:14 - Former HHS Secretary Michael Leavitt, Wealth Health Director Rich Coppa and HealthPocket.com’s Kevin Coleman on what consumers need to know about ObamaCare.
5:44 - ‘How Money Walks’ author Travis Brown on the impact of people relocating to reduce their tax burden.
4:03 - Ernst & Young tax partner Greg Rosica gives tips for same-sex tax planning.
4:15 - CorpNet CEO Nellie Akalp tells us how small business owners can save money
4:11 - WSJ editorial board’s Steve Moore on people moving out of the states with the highest estate taxes.
3:38 - Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff on the record number of Americans giving up citizenship because of taxes.
4:12 - NY Taxation and Finance Commissioner Thomas Mattox on the state’s plan to suspend the driver’s license of those who don’t pay their outstanding tax liabilities.
4:00 - Judge Andrew Napolitano argues federal taxpayers could be responsible for some retiree health-care costs in Detroit.
4:25 - Diversified Financial Consultants President Dominick Tavella on states taxing any income earned by non-residents even for working as little as a day.
6:32 - Credit.com Consumer Education President Gerri Detweiler and George Washington University Professor Anthony Sanders on the impact of rising mortgage rates.
3:00 - Wealth Health Managing Director Rich Coppa on how homeowners can gain from renting out their homes during the U.S. Open.
3:28 - Wealth Health Managing Director Rich Coppa on changes to the home office deduction for taxpayers.
4:17 - Diversified Financial Consultants founder Dominick Tavella on the IRS Scandal.
1:31 - Shopper's Market: Financial adviser on correcting your 1040
3:23 - Wealth Health Managing Director Rich Coppa on the steps to fixing mistakes on your tax return.
5:36 - Wealth Health Managing Director Rich Coppa and Diversified Financial Consultants President Dominick Tavella on how to avoid an audit by the IRS.
4:55 - Cyber security analyst Morgan Wright on the IRS saying it can read your emails without a warrant.
4:05 - Personal Capital Executive V.P. Kyle Ryan offers some last-minute steps to lowering your tax burden.
2:50 - FBN’s Lauren Simonetti on the IRS viewing emails, text messages and social media without a warrant.
4:46 - Shoeboxed CEO Taylor Mingos on how the company’s app helps make sure people don’t miss out on any tax deductions.
3:17 - Ernst & Young partner Elda Di Re gives her last-minute tips for handling the taxes on your investments.
4:12 - Jackson Hewitt chief tax officer Mark Steber gives tips for tax planning in 2013.
2:18 - FBN's Peter Barnes on tax identity theft.
4:49 - David Mielach talks about some interesting deductions people have tried to get away with
2:22 - Tax expert Kay Bell tells us which tax breaks you may be not know about
5:47 - Adam Levin from credit.com shares five simple steps you can take to avoid identity theft
3:26 - Jonathan Williams of the American Legislative Exchange Council explains why Tax Freedom Day is five days later this year.
2:09 - Emma Johnson on smart ways you can use your hard earned money to invest and make it last longer
5:10 - Ernst & Young partner Elda Di Re shares her last-minute tax tips to save you money.
3:20 - Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge weighs in on how the IRS could make up the $600 billion tax gap due to unreported wages.
3:59 - Diversified Financial Consultants President Dominick Tavella offers tips for the self-employed to reduce their tax burden.
4:42 - WSJ senior economic writer and editorial board member Stephen Moore weighs in on whether Obamanomics or Reaganomics is more successful when it comes to helping citizens.
3:05 - Bankrate.com senior financial analyst Greg McBride breaks down the impact of the payroll tax on spending.
5:13 - Jackson Hewitt chief tax officer Mark Steber, Christ Whitecomb of NFIB Tax Counsel, and Bel Air Investment Advisors managing director Darrell Krasnoff gives tips for high-net-worth taxpayers.
6:35 - Jackson Hewitt chief tax officer Mark Steber, Christ Whitecomb of NFIB Tax Counsel, and Bel Air Investment Advisors managing director Darrell Krasnoff give tips for small businesses and average tax payers.
4:38 - Americans for Tax Reform president Grover Norquist argues tax payers are paying much more than what they are expected to in order for lawmakers to balance the budget.
4:29 - Aspiriant Director of Planning Sandi Bragar on the key changes to the tax code filers should be aware of.
5:31 - Former aide to Texas Governor Rick Perry Craig Casselberry on the low cost of doing business in Texas.
4:17 - Curtis Dubay of the Heritage Foundation weighs in on the Buffett Rule and the fair share.
4:30 - Former Fannie Mae executive vice president and American Enterprise Institute fellow Ed Pinto on whether the mortgage interest deduction has outlived its usefulness.
4:44 - Scott Hodge of the Tax Foundation on the complexities with new taxes and returns.
3:49 - Diversified Financial Consultants founder Dominick Tavella on Minnesota officials recommending taxpayers not use certain tax preparation software.
4:51 - Governor Sam Brownback talks about his goal to eliminate income taxes in the state of Kansas.
3:17 - Ernst & Young partner Elda Dire says that getting married is beneficial for estate planning.