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48 min ago | River Front Times
The Boeing Corporation regularly receives tens of billions worth of government contracts each year.
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Do you support a federal assault weapons ban?
4 hrs ago | KTVN Reno
The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers they have three weeks left to make some final tax moves for the 2013 tax year.
9 hrs ago | WTOC-TV Savannah
Five people pleaded guilty last week in federal court as part of a large-scale tax fraud bust in Statesboro.
13 hrs ago | Daily Record
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.
13 hrs ago | Examiner.com
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.
17 hrs ago | MLive.com
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.
The owner of a boarded-up house involved in a fatal fire last week who claimed in court documents that he's broke has been earning an average of $574,000 per year, according to the IRS.
President Barack Obama's choice for U.S. tax commissioner, a multimillionaire with a reputation for troubleshooting, appears headed for confirmation, but on Tuesday will first face some tough questioning in Congress.
Councilman Ronier Scott has already agreed to plead guilty to two counts of failure to file a federal income tax return.
The search for a historical analogy for HealthCare.gov, the Obama administration's online health insurance marketplace that nearly imploded upon launch, usually ends with social security, Medicare or Medicare Part D, a prescription drug plan.
In this still-languishing economy, you may need to take an early withdrawal-before age 59 1/2-from your employer's qualified retirement plan.
As the new year draws closer, you are probably seeing an increase in requests for charitable donations.
Governor Cuomo's commission to study tax cuts missed the deadline to report its findings by December 6th, after controversy over former Governor George Pataki's desire to cut income taxes for all wage-earners, including the wealthy.
Fact: The IRS targeted conservative and tea party groups requesting tax-exempt status in the run-up to the 2012 presidential election.
Finally after years of rumors, and theories, the Internal Revenue Service has issued Final Regulations on Net Investment Income Tax .
Six months after the Internal Revenue Service's inspector general revealed that the tax-collection agency had been targeting conservative organizations for added scrutiny and delaying their applications for tax-exempt status, the IRS has proposed new rules for handling political activity by nonprofits.
In 2005, New York had 33 business-tax credits costing taxpayers $673 million. This year, it's 50 different credits worth $1.7 billion - almost triple what it was just six years ago, an independent report found.