Tax-exempt groups are in the news right now. Make sure you know which type of nonprofit allows donors to claim tax deductions, as well as the IRS rules for those gifts.
The IRS faced a Ways and Means hearing on its handling of Tea Party tax-exempt applications. Now Senate Finance and House Oversight members get to ask questions.
IRS workers will face five, and possibly seven, unpaid days off this summer thanks to sequestration.
IRS workers targeted conservative groups in processing tax-exemption applications. Now the fun begins on Capitol Hill.
The Internal Revenue Service has made it official that it will not go snooping into your electronic communications without first obtaining a warrant.
An Ultimate Fighting Championship fighter says he’s never paid federal taxes. That admission could mean he’s in for his toughest match ever.
The federal tax agency won’t be immune to temporarily laying off workers due to sequestration, but it will postpone action until after tax filing season ends.
Don’t miss Uncle Sam’s reward for taxpayers who save for retirement.
Bummed because you’re having to wait on the IRS to process your tax refund? Adjust your withholding so you’ll have the money yourself year-round.
The IRS announced it will allow employees and former employees to receive loans or take hardship distributions — with conditions.