Teresa and Joe Giudice, from the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” reality show, are facing an IRS lien on their mansion.
Taxpayers whose personal information was used by criminals to file fraudulent tax returns now can get copies of the fake 1040s from the IRS.
The lower IRS audit rate seems like good news. However, Uncle Sam is losing money on tax cheaters.
This bill could require the IRS to hand over some unpaid tax bills to private debt collectors.
It’s that time of year again, when the IRS adjusts tax provisions for inflation. Here are some changes that will affect your 2016 tax returns.
The IRS’ use of high-tech cellphone surveillance devices has some concerned about just what data will be collected and from whom.
Hit the limit for a more prosperous retirement.
The IRS and its state and tax industry partners will share more filing information in their continuing efforts to stop tax ID theft and return fraud.
Remember Mitt Romney’s remark about the 47%? New numbers now peg the number lower.
In the wake of South Carolina’s deadly floods, some storm victims will receive tax relief and special tax treatment.