Law enforcement made some progress this week against the huge telephone tax scam. 5 people were arrested for allegedly being part of the largest tax scam ever.
A man’s home literally is his castle for a former king of Romania. He says a war veterans’ tax break means he shouldn’t owe real estate taxes on the property.
Taxes can be tough to pay sometimes. A Portugal resident found his tax bill so high that he resorted to robbing banks to cover it.
Legalizing marijuana at the federal level and in all states could bring in billions. It wouldn’t really make a big dent in government budgets, but it would make many constituents happy.
A U.S. senator is seeking answers from officials in Nevada and Wyoming about tax-evading shell companies in their states that were listed in the latest Panama Papers release.
Despite assurances that the IRS will send taxpayers letters before calling them, some auditors have been calling individuals unannounced. That’s changing.
Payroll outsourcing giant ADP is the latest company to fall prey to identity theft hackers. This time the crooks got their hands on workers’ W-2 forms with all its vital tax-filing data.
The NBA’s King James and other professional athletes and entertainment personalities don’t have to pay much into Social Security. Why? The annual earnings cap.
Social Security, Medicare and defense spending get most of our tax dollars every year.
The latest telephone tax scam wants targeted victims to send the calling crooks iTunes gift cards. The IRS might like music, but it wants money.