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.
Just when you may have thought that federal tax policy was set - that January's "fiscal cliff" deal meant you could go about your financial life with multi-year certainty - Washington is again...
The IRS is asking for $12.9 billion in funds for 2014, a 9% increase from last year, to focus on compliance. What does this mean for taxpayers?
Teenagers with a summer job might be disappointed with Uncle Sam's involvement in their paycheck. Here's what they should know about the tax code.
The CBO reported April's U.S. budget surplus was bigger than a year ago and the federal government ran a much smaller deficit than expected.
Corporations may have to shoulder trillions of dollars of new balance-sheet liabilities under an accounting change for leases that is meeting stiff resistance from businesses in a test of...
Despite the complexity of the actual code, taxes are not a difficult subject and kids tend to catch on right away.
The April 15 deadline has come and gone, and if you haven’t filed your tax return, here’s what you need to do to avoid getting in trouble with the IRS.
A giant refund isn’t cause for celebration. Here's what you could be doing with the money instead, and why you might want to prevent yourself from getting a refund next year.
Top exchange officials opposed to a European financial transactions tax intensified their lobbying on Tuesday, warning it would push trading to other parts of the world and make it harder for...