Sen. Bill Hagerty, R-Tenn., discusses the new GOP bill that would ban the IRS' $600 reporting requirement and reacts to claims that the GOP is targeting cuts to Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid.
California Rep. Michelle Steel breaks down why current tax policies have financially hurt many across America on 'The Evening Edit.'
At least eleven states are reducing individual income tax cuts for residents this year in response to high revenues as an attempt to stay competitive.
The IRS has selected Jan. 23 as the official start of the 2022 tax filing season, promising taxpayers an easier filing process than in previous years.
Florida Rep. Kat Cammack breaks down why House GOP members are demanding a reduction in government spending on 'The Evening Edit.'
Taxpayers who fail to make a fourth-quarter estimated tax payment by Jan. 17 could be hit with a "surprise" financial penalty, according to the IRS.
House Financial Services Committee member Rep. Andy Ogles reacts to Biden attacking GOP's tax agenda on 'Varney & Co.'
Tax preparation and software companies H&R Block and Jackson Hewett and Intuit's TurboTax offer loans against anticipated tax refunds, which may become more popular in times of high inflation.
NYU Stern professor of marketing Scott Galloway analyzes developments in the tech biz, weighing the impact on the overall economy, and speaks on topics in his new book ‘Adrift.’
Expecting a tax refund from the Internal Revenue Service this year and planning to use it to makes end's meet? Tips on how to get your money as soon as possible.
The cash payout is estimated at $707.9 million, which would produce a one-time tax bill of $261.9 million without considering other income, deductions and credits.
Tax-filing season officially begins on Jan. 23, the Internal Revenue Service announced on Tuesday. Taxpayers have until April 18 to submit their returns.
Rep. Warren Davidson, R-Ohio, joins 'Mornings with Maria' to react to the discovery of a second batch of classified documents from Biden and discusses the repealing of IRS funding by the House Republicans.
There are fewer tax deductions and no stimulus payments in store for taxpayers this year, meaning they could be in store for smaller tax refunds in 2023.
Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio, discusses House Republicans voting to rescind IRS funding, Democratic lawmakers being removed from their committees, the FAA ordering U.S. flights to be grounded and investigating the origins of COVID-19.
Rep. David Kustoff, R-Tenn., joins ' Mornings with Maria' to discuss the discovery of classified documents at the PennBidenCenter, and The Fair Tax Act proposed by Georgia Rep. Buddy Carter.
New York Rep. Claudia Tenney breaks down the end goal of legislation that would defund the IRS on 'The Evening Edit.'
The Internal Revenue Service said that it has issued tax refunds to millions of Americans who overpaid taxes on their unemployment benefits in 2020.
Rep. Russell Fry, R-S.C., discusses the classified documents found at Biden's think tank, the president's meeting with the Mexican president as the border crisis surges and House Republicans voting to rescind IRS funding.
House Republicans are set to hold a vote on the Family and Small Business Taxpayer Protection Act which would rescind IRS funding for hiring more agents.