The Democrats' new tax plan would give local newspapers up to $25,000 in refundable tax credits for each journalist they employ.
A simplified tax code is the answer, not giving the IRS more funding.
Another new Democratic administration, another hollow promise to discover hundreds of billions of unreported tax obligations under the national mattress.
But it would triple the IRS budget and give the tax cops a lot more power to make life miserable for individuals and businesses.
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Like all licensing schemes, this one will raise prices for consumers, hurt entrepreneurs, and protect the interests of the big guys in the market.
The White House says cracking down on tax cheats will generate $700 billion over 10 years to help offset a $1.8 trillion expansion of welfare programs.
What does this have to do with the pandemic? Nothing.
As much as $1.4 billion might have been paid to deceased Americans. The IRS says that money must be returned.
William Zietzke’s tax battle may affect thousands of cryptocurrency holders.
The House Ways and Means Committee is investigating evidence that Trump may have attempted to influence the mandatory IRS audit conducted on sitting presidents.
Many arms of government are unpopular with large swathes of the American population.
New Law Stops IRS From Stealing People's Money Simply Because It Deems Their Bank Deposits Suspiciously Small
A provision of the Taxpayer First Act requires evidence of other illegal activity for seizures based on "structuring" and mandates prompt hearings.
How willing are you to pay taxes when you know they're intended to do you harm?
New IRS Rule Seems to Violate the First Amendment by Denying Tax-Exempt Status to Drug Policy Reform Groups
It is unconstitutional for the government to discriminate against organizations based on their viewpoint.
The granting or withholding of that approval is a powerful lever over our lives.
The agency's own performance measures say it's doing fine, but a watchdog's report tells a different story.
Per capita isn't the only way to think about your personal tax burden for minor government programs.
Facebook's Use of Data May Annoy You, But IRS Handling of Your Sensitive Information Is Truly Chilling
When it comes to mishandling the details of your life, social media has nothing on the tax man.
The IRS and State Department are not required under all circumstances to reverse their passport-snatching if you pay the debt down below the $51,000 threshold.
The congressman leaves with a mixed record.
IRS blames budget cuts
"They did it for money, and they destroyed a good and honest man."
Former owners are suing for $2 million, accusing agency of violating the rules.
The IRS used obscure money laundering rules to seize money from business owners. A watchdog report finds $17 million of that money was legally obtained.
Taxpayers paid for "excessive and inappropriate" lodging and travel costs, including for one employee who managed to travel 381 days of the year.
IRS is acting in bad faith and overreaching, argues motion to quash its subpoena seeking a wide range of information about the bitcoin exchange's customers.