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An Acworth man has been sentenced to 10 years and one month in prison for using stolen identities of prisoners to file false federal income tax returns that claimed millions of dollars in fraudulent refunds.
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5 hrs ago | KBTX-TV Bryan
The recent case of a Texas man convicted of tax fraud highlights a lucrative black market for stolen personal information the IRS estimates costs U.S. taxpayers more than $6 billion a year.
9 hrs ago | Free Republic
A combination of income tax refunds issued in January and February with accessible financing have boosted used-car prices overall in the first two months of 2014.
13 hrs ago | Inman
If, for example, you're in the 28 percent federal income tax bracket, every $100 in deductions will save you $280 in federal income taxes.
The Finance Ministry's Fiscal Policy Office is floating the idea of a negative income tax system as a better approach than populist policies to addressing poverty.
So IA wonders: How did the Santa Clara County Office of Education keep secret for so long the nearly $200,000 in penalties it paid to the IRS for late payroll taxes? It appears that outgoing Superintendent Xavier De La Torre and his finance staff didn't let the bosses know until Feb. 5, or 2 1 2 months after the IRS sent the first notice of 11 ... (more)
Santa Fe County Commissioner Liz Stefanics and Linda Siegle, a lobbyist for Equality New Mexico, told the Santa Fe New Mexican they are happy about filing jointly, but not just because it will mean a bigger tax refund.
Senators will also debate a bill that would ensure Nebraska's income-tax brackets keep pace with inflation, while giving a greater tax break to low- and middle-income Social Security recipients.
Lawmakers will debate a bill that would ensure Nebraska's income-tax brackets keep pace with inflation, while giving a greater tax break to low- and middle-income Social Security recipients.
According to data released Thursday by the Internal Revenue Service, the average tax refund for 2013 returns is up 3 percent to $3,034.
A controversial copycat of a Government website, which charges up to 1,000 for filing a self-assessment tax return, has begun to refund fees to clients who complained they were tricked into using its service.
Raising the personal income tax allowance to A 12,500 will be a key Lib Dem demand in any coalition talks after the 2015 election, the party is to say.
Sabrina Brown, Claudette Ward and Tamika Centers are charged along with Chante Taylor of Reno with conspiracy to file false claims against the federal government.
If you don't want something, giving it back is often an option. That's precisely what some Americans, frustrated at what they see as onerous U.S. tax filing obligations for Americans living overseas, are doing with their citizenship.
The Grand Rapids Taxpayers Association has filed a lawsuit to block the city's "street tax" election in May. The Association's Jeff Stineport tells WOOD Radio the city missed the deadline to get its ballot language approved.
The IRS tax-filing deadline is creeping closer, so now is the time to get any of those lingering questions answered.