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2 hrs ago | Patch.com
By Chris Helms: You'd be forgiven if you thought tax rates only go one direction - up.
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4 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
The Internal Revenue Service has spent 19 months and more than $8.6 million getting ready to enforce a new law against offshore tax evasion that takes effect next year, but the agency is still not prepared, a watchdog group said on Thursday.
8 hrs ago | Knoxville News Sentinel
Authorities say a Columbia man has pleaded guilty to interstate transportation of stolen property and filing a false tax return.
12 hrs ago | CBS Local
Review your tax situation now so you have some idea what tax bracket you will fall into this year and decide whether you want to do the long 1040 or the short 1040EZ.
16 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
The Massachusetts income tax will drop slightly in the new year - to 5.20 percent from the current 5.25 percent - because of stronger-than-anticipated growth in revenues, state officials said Wednesday.
A record-setting 122.5 million U.S. tax returns were filed electronically this year, up from 119.6 million last year, said the U.S. Internal Revenue Service on Wednesday.
A Berlin man who was charged last month with posing as an undercover police officer and raping and robbing a prostitute in Manchester pleaded guilty on Wednesday to federal fraud and tax evasion charges, according to the U.S. Attorney's office.
If you plan to hire soon, consider hiring veterans. If you do, you may be able to claim the federal Work Opportunity Tax Credit worth thousands of dollars.
Beth Waters, left, a teller at the National City Bank branch in North Royalton, Ohio helps a customer, Friday, March 24, 2006.
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Between ObamaCare, Iran and last quarter's uptick in U.S. economic growth, taxpayers these days may be distracted from several dangers to come.
An Ontario woman has been fined nearly $1.3 million and sentenced to four years in jail for failing to make payroll and income tax deducations to the federal taxman.
The Internal Revenue Service needs to be better prepared to stop possibly fraudulent claims for tax subsidies that some Americans will soon be able to get under the Affordable Care Act, the tax agency's inspector general said on Tuesday.
U.S. Attorney Sally Yates says owner of Georgia Peach Financial and Fast Tax Service, Anita Ford, pleaded guilty Tuesday to filing false fraudulent tax returns.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday unanimously ruled that Texas billionaire Billy Joe "Red" McCombs must pay steep penalties to the Internal Revenue Service related to more than $45 million he tried to shield from taxes.
Subsidies to help people buy insurance under the law may be vulnerable to fraud, a Treasury Department watchdog said Tuesday in a report suggesting that concerns about the law are far from over.
The Restaurant Opportunities Center, a union front and ACORN knockoff, is extending its reach by working with labor groups to stage protests in 100 cities Thursday.