For Americans who requested a tax deadline extension earlier this year, Thursday marks the final day to file 2019 income returns without a financial penalty.
The IRS placed a $45,000 lien against Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby and her Husband Nick Mosby -- a Democratic nominee for City Council president -- after it was discovered they had three years of unpaid federal taxes, according to official records.
The government has appealed the decision.
The IRS announced Monday that it was extending the deadline to register for the money to Nov. 21.
If convicted, McAfee faces up to five years in prison on each count of tax evasion and up to one year in prison on each count of willful failure to file a tax return.
The IRS is investigating longtime NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre for possible criminal tax fraud related to his personal taxes, according to people familiar with the matter.
No stimulus check yet? You still have time to make sure you get your money.
Taxpayers who fail to pay taxes on virtual currency transactions may face penalties and interest.
Coronavirus-related challenges are likely to change many people’s tax filing situations.
Eligible individuals may need to provide their information to the agency in order to claim their funds.
The agency clarifies that virtual currency received for small tasks on a crowdsourcing platform is taxable.
Watchdog says agency needs more than $2 billion.
The IRS is sending out "catch-up" stimulus checks to about 50,000 Americans in September after an error the agency made earlier this year.
The agency will reportedly hire thousands to help handle economic impact payment correspondence.
Some people’s checks may still be unopened as the agency works through mail pile-up.
Nearly 14 million Americans will receive interest payments from the IRS averaging about $18.
Without congressional forgiveness, workers could owe thousands to the IRS next year.
People have until the end of September to provide information about qualifying dependents.
The check may still be unopened, the IRS says.
Operators of the contests would be responsible for the tax.