Will tax extenders finally be addressed in 2014? About 55 provisions were not renewed after they expired in 2013. With Congress back in session, the IRS gearing up for tax season and tax professionals unsure of how to advise taxpayers, the clock is ticking.
Remember those missing IRS emails? The ones from Lois Lerner? They might not be missing after all.
Tonight, President Obama laid out his plan for immigration reform. It includes the requirement to “pay your fair share of taxes” – but what does that mean?
Al Sharpton agrees with charges that his nonprofit, the National Action Network, owes outstanding taxes to the IRS and the State of New York. He also agrees that he owes personal taxes to the IRS and the State of New York. He doesn’t, however, agree that he owes as much as alleged, charging that the story was intended to call attention to an old story instead of the one he thinks folks should be talking about: Ferguson.
With football season in full swing, members of Congress are taking another hit at the NFL’s tax exempt status: a second bill has been introduced which aims to eliminating tax exempt status unless the Washington Redskins yank their name. Does it have enough support to make a difference?
With Black Friday on its way, will the internet stay tax free? Speaker Boehner has signaled that he will not support the Main Street Fairness Act. However, with the moratorium on taxing internet access under the Internet Tax Freedom Act about to expire, is there room for compromise?
Last night, the elections signaled a power shift in Congress. With Republicans controlling both houses, does that mean tax reform is on the way? Here’s why, historically, it’s not control of Congress that matters: it’s something else.
It’s official. The government has closed its doors. But not every door will be closed: what’s open at IRS?
As President Obama pushes his plans to expand high speed internet into American schools as part of the ConnectED program, is it “Obamaphone” all over again?
Former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. and his wife, former Chicago Alderman Sandra Stevens Jackson, are both headed to jail on federal charges related to campaign fund abuse, including tax fraud.