Two same-sex marriage cases before the U.S. Supreme Court this week could determine the federal tax treatment of such couples.
The controversial health care purchase mandate is constitutional because of Congress’ ability to tax us.
The justices have cleared the law requiring virtually all Americans to have health insurance.
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The U.S. Supreme Court made one thing clear in yesterday’s Amara v. Cigna decision: Employees are on their own to understand what their pension paperwork actually says. In 1997 and 1998, Cigna, the Philadelphia-based insurance company, converted its traditional pension plan to a cash balance plan. It gave its employees a synopsis of the plan
Back in 2007, more than 30 million credit card customers were offered refunds from a class-action lawsuit when a court determined that many major credit card issuers and network providers habitually overcharged customers for foreign currency transactions. The court ordered the companies to refund consumers some $336 million. Each refund was a modest $25, but it was a
Wesley Snipes is continuing his fight to have his three misdemeanor convictions for not filing federal tax returns overturned. Regardless of the eventual legal ruling, this will be his last shot. He’s taking his case, he hopes, to the U.S. Supreme Court. The basis of Snipes’ appeal is his claim, in a 49-page petition filed by
Want to know how important it is to have a good estate plan in place? Just ask the family of Vicki Lynn Marshall. You probably know her as Anna Nicole Smith, the former Playboy playmate who, at age 26, married 89-year-old tycoon J. Howard Marshall II. He died 14 months after they exchanged their June