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TAXES: Federal

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Reuters

Most Americans think the United States should raise taxes for the rich to balance the budget, according to a 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll. President Obama last month signed into law a 2-year extension of Bush-era tax cuts for millions of Americans, in

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Terrence Aym

Recently revealed by embarrassed government officials: your government has been taxing you to pay dead people. While there are those who criticize redistribution of wealth programs, redistributing money from the living to the dead goes beyond the pal

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the real news now

The United States House of Representatives has pushed through the Obama-GOP tax-cut deal by a vote of 277-148. The bill will now go to the white house for approval by president Obama. The bill reauthorizes extended unemployment benefits through 20

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NY Times

Congress at midnight Thursday approved an $801 billion package of tax cuts and $57 billion for extended unemployment insurance. The vote sealed the first major deal between President Obama and Congressional Republicans as Democrats put aside their ob

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AP

The Internal Revenue Service is making it a bit riskier to cheat on your taxes. The tax agency increased the number of returns it audited by nearly 11 percent this year, statistics released Wednesday show. Wealthy taxpayers and big businesses were

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Washington Post

As the Senate prepared to push through a sweeping tax package negotiated by the White House and congressional Republicans, House leaders were looking to amend the measure to satisfy the concerns of angry liberals without unraveling the deal altogethe

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www.drscoundrels.com

Well, the ghouls are at it again. Weiner, Hoyer, Pelosi, Clyburn and the rest have proven that no matter what – you can’t get away from them. Even death do you not part. What part of – this is hurting the small businessman and farmer more than

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NY Times

A year ago, President Obama and the Democrats made the mistake of assuming that an economic recovery was under way. This week’s deal to extend the Bush tax cuts shows that the White House’s top priority is avoiding the same mistake again — even if it

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Free Patriot Press

It is being reported there is “compromise” between the Republican & Democratic members of Congress to extend the IRS tax rate cuts from 2001 & 2003 that were set to expire at the end of 2010. The Washington Post reports, “Faced with unified GOP oppos

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Hoover Institution

Soak the rich? You can’t. A vital observation, first noted by former Hoover board chairman W. Kurt Hauser, banished this bit of wishful thinking. W. Kurt Hauser is a San Francisco investment economist who published fresh and eye-opening data about

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NY Times

President Obama announced a deal with Republicans to extend the Bush-era tax cuts at all income levels for 2 years as part of a package that would also keep benefits flowing to the long-term unemployed, cut payroll taxes for all workers for a year an

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Washington Times

General Motors Co.'s recent stock offering was staged to start paying back the government for its $50 billion bailout, but one group made out much better than the taxpayers or other investors: the company's union. Thanks to a generous share of GM

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Rawstory

We're losing the race, and we're now becoming the banana republic [of] finance, printing -- the Fed, these mad men who are out of control at the Fed are printing new money equal to 100% of the debt that we're issuing each month. This will not end wel

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InfoWars.com/

“The idea of tax courts concerns either the setting up of special tribunals that would deal with tax cases without having to go through normal courts or the appointment of an adequate number of specialized judges to the existing structure...

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