By planning ahead, before the end of the year, you can save yourself money come tax time.
Judicial Watch Wednesday announced that IRS scrutiny of conservative groups went beyond tea party organizations and included higher profile groups, such as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Crossroads GPS, associated with former George W. Bush advisor Karl Rove.
The Internal Revenue Service is ignoring a court-imposed deadline to turn over newly found Lois Lerner email documents essential to investigations of the IRS tax-exempt scandal.
If it seems you’re paying more each year in sales taxes, it may not be your imagination.
The Lois Lerner scandal keeps getting bigger.
Lawmakers race to rollback a costly healthcare fine being levied by the IRS.
Quietly and with no comment from the public, the Internal Revenue Service has amended tax rules to penalize small businesses that set up Health Reimbursement Accounts (HRAs) to use pretax dollars to help workers afford health insurance.
American investors are not heavily exposed to Greece via their 401(k) plans but they could feel the sting from another region.
Buying a house requires more cash than just a down payment.
The IRS accidentally deleted emails related to the investigation of former employee Lois Lerner, according to the Treasury Inspector General.
The IRS statue of limitations may be a lot longer than you think.
One group claims the IRS may have an "Israel Special Policy" under which applications from organizations holding political views than differ from the Obama Administration face tougher review.
The Federal Reserve’s two-day meeting last week was tough to distinguish from most any of the nation’s central bankers’ meetings over the past nine years.
This IRS Employee May Be One of the Tax Agency's Most Powerful Insiders.
What IRS Budget Cuts? Federal Tax Revenues Are On Pace to Total $2.1 Trillion This Year.
The Internal Revenue Service may have found 6,400 emails from Lois Lerner, who oversaw the tax agency’s Exempt Organizations Unit.
An IRS employee who worked in the agency’s St. Louis, MO., office pled guilty this week to charges of tax fraud. Demetria Brown netted $326,000 in a fraud in which she stole taxpayer identities and created fake tax returns to steal refunds.
IRS Hacking Scandal Highlights Agency’s Outdated Technology.
Graco is recalling millions of strollers because they could injure a child.
Let’s face it; inevitably there is always someone on your Christmas shopping list who is a tech geek.