The IRS is hoping that Direct Pay, another tax e-payment option introduced this year, will get a boost from September’s estimated tax payments.
Employer-provided lunches could soon show up as added income in workers’ paychecks if the IRS follows through on plans to evaluate this workplace perk.
Delinquent Massachusetts taxpayers have a chance to get right with the state revenue office if they pay up during the amnesty period, which ends Oct. 31.
Louisiana residents who got tax refunds via the state’s My Refund Visa debit card might have been hacked.
Actress and former Miss American Vanessa Williams is the latest celebrity to run afoul of the IRS. If you owe taxes, look into a payment agreement so you don’t end up like her.
Thousands have taken the Ice Bucket Challenge. Many also have donated to the ALS Association. If you gave money, you might be able to claim a tax deduction.
Being behind bars doesn’t deter some tax criminals. Two in Minnesota, however, have been charged with running a $400,000 fake tax refund scheme.
Don’t fall for the ever-growing telephone tax scam. The caller on the other end of the line probably is a con artist, not an IRS agent.
Several higher education groups say that a House approved change to current tax benefits would hurt older students who aren’t full-time students.
When it comes to legalizing marijuana, Bob Dylan said it best: The tax times, they are a-changin.’ OK, Dylan didn’t specifically say tax times, but in the effort to move marijuana into the mainstream, proponents of legal weed are regularly touting the tax benefits. © John Munson/Star Ledger/Corbis The latest instance is in Oregon. An