Memorial Day weekend shoppers in three states will get bigger bargains, thanks to sales tax holidays.
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.
Fired commissioner. Congressional hearings. Scathing tax watchdog report. It has been a terrible week for the IRS. And the tough times won’t stop any time soon.
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.
While House Speaker Boehner’s concern involves feared challenges collecting the taxes, retailers support the legislation to levy sales taxes over the Internet.
What will congress do this time as we near the latest limit on U.S. borrowing? Who knows?
The House tax-writing committee recently held a hearing on homeownership tax breaks and how they fit into tax reform. Guess what. They’re safe!
When it comes to identity thieves vs. the Internal Revenue Service, the crooks have the edge. For now. But the IRS says it’s prevention efforts are making a difference.
Despite a law requiring accountability for money that federal agencies pay out, the IRS has issued as much as $13.6 billion in improperly claimed earned income tax credits.