The pervasive IRS impersonation tax scam keeps growing. With school set to resume, scam targets now are students, who are urged to pay a fake federal student tax.
The House is slightly behind the Senate in the competition to award Olympians tax relief for their winnings, but a bill to do just that has gained critical Ways and Means support.
Hillary Clinton added to the list of tax returns she’s made public by releasing her 2015 filing on Aug. 12. So did her running mate. We’re still waiting on Donald Trump’s taxes.
Tax crooks don’t take the summer off. Some are out there now with a phishing scheme that pretends to come from tax software providers. Don’t fall for it!
American sports fans love their National Football League teams. They also love their fantasy football teams. Good news for them. More states are allowing the daily fantasy games.
More sales tax holidays are this weekend. But you might be able to get tax-free items without braving the crowds in brick-and-mortar stores.
In previous Olympics events, some members of Congress proposed a tax break for the games’ medalists. This year, such a bill has finally cleared one chamber.
Students facing overwhelming college loan payments sometimes are able to have that debt forgiven. But then they are hit with a tax bill. New legislation seeks to change that.
The Democratic Party’s platform committee felt the Bern, with Bernie Sanders making inroads in the tax area of the party’s guiding document.
Sen. Ted Cruz lost a bitter nomination fight to Donald J. Trump, but the junior senator from Texas won many of the GOP’s platform planks.