President Trump's top economic adviser Larry Kudlow said the president's policies are why America is seeing a blue-collar worker boom.
The average refund last tax season was about $2,725.
Stiglitz says Apple needs to pay its fair share
As as U.S. citizen Meghan Markle is still required to pay taxes.
Walser Wealth Management CEO Rebecca Walser breaks down the report that revelead 46 percent of Americans don't know their tax refund comes from their paycheck.
Electing a Democrat in 2020 will have consequences, FOXBusiness' Stuart Varney argued in his latest "My Take."
Tax season officially opens on Jan. 27.
Sanders proposed expanding the rate to 77 percent for those passing on assets in excess of $1 billion.
The top 0.1 percent would owe an extra $1 million in taxes per year.
As opposed to taxes levied on income and payrolls, a wealth tax would target the value of accumulated assets owned by rich Americans.
Rivers will become a free agent in March – and there is speculation his move could have to do with where he may play next season.
During the FOX Business Town Hall, FOX Business anchors Stuart Varney and Charles Payne discuss how the economy would respond if a Democrat won in 2020 and implemented socialist policies.
When it comes to customer experience, the IRS is among the “lowest performing federal agencies,” a new report says.
Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist discusses the flight of many Americans from high to low tax states and the potential for a second round of tax cuts under President Trump.
While cutting the payroll tax is not high on the administration’s list, adjusting the earned income tax credit is under review.
Under the proposal, families making under $250,000 and individuals making less than $200,000, would receive a 10 percent cut under their current tax rate.
The White House is not taking any chances on the economy as the 2020 presidential election looms.
The proposal would only apply to companies that post at least $10 million of taxable income from business conducted in California.
Excessive spending could explain higher tax rates in the Empire State.
A new law is expected to save the state’s small businesses $35 billion in state income taxes.