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41 min ago | Log Cabin Democrat
Many pastors across the country are paying attention to a federal court case in Wisconsin that could have a big impact on their taxes.
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1 hr ago | Examiner.com
Traders wait for the initial price offering of Hilton Worldwide on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the opening bell on December 12, 2013 in New York City.
2 hrs ago | USA Today
A crazy quilt of laws governing state income taxes for "road warriors" - residents of one state who work in another - can make tax collections a nightmare.
7 hrs ago | Free Republic
According to a Congressional Budget Office report this week, America's top 40 percent of earners pay 106 percent of the taxes and the bottom 40 percent pay negative 9 percent, reports CNBC.
Lower taxes, you say? Who's not for that? But before we all get excited about the proposals from Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Tax Relief Commission, let's see how this fits into a state budget.
SALISBURY , Md.-If you are in a hurry to get your tax refund, the Internal Revenue Service announced that tax payers will have to wait.
Mr Miliband said it would be wrong for the Tories to consider cutting the top rate of tax for those earning more than A 150,000 Prime Minister David Cameron should not even be contemplating a tax cut for the highest earners, Labour leader Ed Miliband has said.
A former bookkeeper at an Oklahoma City electrical contracting company has been sentenced to eight months in prison for filing a false tax return in connection with embezzling more than $140,000 from the company.
Rhonda Shirley of Holladay suffers from fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. Her health often causes her to transition between occupations, and she has found it difficult to stay financially stable.
Gov. Scott: We see your $500 million, and raise you $500 million. The governor has proposed a $500 million tax cut this year, and legislative leaders are working in Tallahassee to pick apart the budget and find a way to pass those savings onto Floridians.
The Boeing Corporation regularly receives tens of billions worth of government contracts each year.
The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers they have three weeks left to make some final tax moves for the 2013 tax year.
Five people pleaded guilty last week in federal court as part of a large-scale tax fraud bust in Statesboro.
New Jerseyans still like the job Gov. Chris Christie is doing, though they don't know much about what he'd like to do with it next.
This morning at 10 a.m. Terry Dehko and Sandy Thomas, owners of Schott's Supermarket will join libertarian Institute for Justice attorney Larry Salzman for a public statement to expand their lawsuit against the Internal Revenue Service on the front steps of the Theodore Levin U.S. Courthouse in Detroit, Michigan.
Kilpatrick has waived his attendance at a court hearing Tuesday that will determine his restitution, two months after he was sentenced to 28 years in prison for corruption at city hall.