Be careful what you say, especially about your taxes. You never know who might be listening! One taxpayer’s conversation with the IRS made it onto Howard Stern’s show.
Keystone State lottery players now get their winnings free of state taxes. The governor is proposing a tax on some jackpots as a way to close the state’s budget gap.
Two New York City waitresses’ posthumous surprise tip is best ever because it’s tax-free.
Tom Brady will lose $2 million if his NFL four-game suspension is upheld. Massachusetts and New York tax collectors also will lose money if the quarterback doesn’t play.
A recent investigation by the Treasury inspector general for tax administration investigation looked at a cases where IRS employees didn’t pay their taxes.
The 2016 presidential campaign is well under way. I know, I can hear your groaning through the Internet. To borrow a campaign catchphrase, I feel your pain. As I type, six Republicans are seeking their party’s nomination. But by the time you read this, a couple of more candidates may have declared. The Democrats so far
Maine’s governor wants his state to become the 10th one with no income tax. The advantages and disadvantages of no taxes aren’t necessarily clear cut.
The Senate is working on an expansion of 529 plans that follows the earlier House lead.
Tax-related identity theft is a growing problem, and two women contend in a lawsuit that Intuit, maker of the popular TurboTax, “facilitates” the cybercrime.
Overall state tax revenues were up in fiscal year 2014 compared to the previous year, but some states lost money. How did your state fare?