After almost a year, more than 50 tax breaks that expired on Dec. 31, 2013, are once again law. For two weeks. Then the process starts again in 2015.
A new 529-type savings plan would help disabled individuals put away tax-free money. All it needs now is Senate approval.
Inflation changes to the Internal Revenue Service’s annual mileage rate deductions are small. Business drivers, however, do get a slightly larger write-off in 2015.
Most taxpayers believe we all should pay our fair share. And cheating to reduce that amount, according to a recent survey, is not acceptable.
It looks like the expired tax breaks known as extenders are finally on their way to approval. But the deal is only for the 2014 tax year. Further action will be needed in 2015.
Do you do your holiday shopping online to avoid sales taxes? Enjoy it this year. It could be the last sales-tax-free Cyber Monday.
A group of South Florida college kids learned a lesson the hard way. They allegedly are part of a $1.9 million identity theft tax fraud ring.
It took a lot of work to get Sochi ready for the 2014 Winter Olympics games. One contractor involved in the makeover now is facing Russian tax evasion charges.
Atlantic City has fallen on hard times, but is hoping that it soon will get cash from property tax lien sales, including two against Trump casinos.
Old Man Winter arrived early and with a vengeance this week across much of the United States. Resulting property damages could mean tax help for some.