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The deadline to file taxes is a month away, but some will decide not to pay. Tax preparers say "tax hiding" is becoming more common because people know they owe.
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Americans across the country are taking strides to be more self reliant, including growing food, composting and raising animals.
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The Vernon/North Okanagan RCMP are alerting the public about an email scam making the rounds in the region again.
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It is one month until the April 15 tax deadline, so make sure you get the most out of your refund with these often overlooked ... It is officially one month until Tuesday, April 15: the deadline for filing your taxes.
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There is a 3.8 percent additional Medicare tax imposed on trusts and estates that have net investment income over a threshold amount .
By Dennis Hetzel, Executive Director Hetzel As expected, Gov. John Kasich's "mid-year budget review bill" that was introduced this week contains several items that ONA members should note.The most significant item is our proposal to make our public notice website, www.PublicNoticesOhio.com, the "official" website for notices in Ohio.This will help ... (more)
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.
Nacchio claims the $45 million in stock sale gains he forfeited is deductible as a business expense or loss and he is entitled to a refund.
More than 2.3 million Illinois taxpayers have already filed their income tax returns, with more than half getting refunds.
Lord Lawson said the Chancellor should use the March 19 statement to knock a penny off the basic rate of tax George Osborne has come under further pressure to help middle-income earners as former chancellor Lord Lawson of Blaby said "far too many people" are caught in the 40p income tax band.
The owner of a northeast Kansas payroll services company has pleaded guilty to tax fraud charges that cost a client nearly $745,000.
A Baton Rouge woman who filed more than 600 false federal and state tax returns has been sentenced to nearly seven years in federal prison and ordered to pay $700,000-plus in restitution.
An upstate New York woman who put $882 in cash into a mailbox by mistake has gotten the money back, thanks to the U.S. Postal Service .
Federal authorities say the former director of the Cleveland Job Corps Center has been indicted on charges that he withheld more than $870,000 in federal taxes from employees but never paid the money to the Internal Revenue Service.
Assuming you're lucky enough to get a refund check after tax time, what's the best thing to do with it? We asked a variety of financial planners, advisers and private individuals.