Ben Swann Reality Check breaks down the Affordable Care Act ruling by the Supreme Court and looks at why the determination that the law is a tax may make it invalid
How the IRS will come after Americans under Obamacare.
The office brought in hundreds of millions of dollars in tax revenue for the government that would not have been collected without whistleblower tips. But in 2011, the IRS collected only $48 million, down from $464 million in 2010.
They note that had the administration given auto unions the same treatment as other equivalent creditors, taxpayers right now would have been $3.5 billion in the black instead of $23 billion in the red.
McCain, Graham Hint at Tax Hikes as Alternative
There has been much discussion about replacing the Income Tax with some other form of tax. While this idea has been around for a while and most of the people supporting it are well meaning, I want to examine if a replacement is needed.
Senators to Unveil the 'Ex-Patriot Act' to Respond to Facebook's Saverin's Tax 'Scheme'
What happens to Americans when they say goodbye to Uncle Sam and opt for citizenship elsewhere?
Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., has a status update for Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin: Stop attempting to dodge your taxes by renouncing your U.S. citizenship or never come to back to the U.S. again.
The ideals of freedom and individual sovereignty that America once stood for are nothing more than legends of the past. The discussion of citizenship and immigration, taxation and wealth taking place today serves as further evidence of this.
Heaping more criticism on the unit set up to help the IRS catch tax cheats, Republican Senator Charles Grassley said Thursday's report confirms Obama "could do a lot for tax compliance by lighting a fire under the IRS on whistleblowers," Grassley sai
Just because I think the Federal Income Tax is unjust amongst the 115+/- different methods that the government uses to raise revenue, I’m considered a Tax Protester. Don't they know it's the 2nd Platform of Communism? I have a friendRead Letter
Rich Americans renouncing U.S. citizenship rose sevenfold since UBS AG (UBSN) whistle-blower Bradley Birkenfeld triggered a crackdown on tax evasion four years ago.
Gadget giant Apple is avoiding billions of dollars in taxes by setting up small offices around the world to collect and invest the company's profits, according to The New York Times.
Hundreds of protesters affiliated with the "99 Percent" movement disrupted the start of General Electric Co's annual shareholders' meeting in Detroit on Wednesday, in an attack on the largest U.S. conglomerate's low tax rate.
The always-outspoken Doug Casey addresses a broader view of taxation and its costs to both individuals and society in general in this interview with Louis James.
While the president has been urging “insourcing,” the government has been sending money to the Philippines to train foreign workers for jobs in English-speaking call centers. According to New York Democratic Rep. Tim Bishop and North Carolina Repu
For most Americans, April is a month marked by terrible stress, paper pushing and a last minute mad dash to get the taxes finished before April 15 (or the 17th, this year).
This year almost 1,800 people renounced their American citizenship and Green Cards as published in the Federal Register, thanks to a costly and timely tax requirement.
The U.S. Army could be 30,000 troops lighter if a new law allowing the IRS to suspend travel rights of Americans
Texas Congressman Ron Paul stated on Tax Freedom Day that his goal is to repeal the 16th Amendment and end the "tyranny" of the IRS.
A year ago, in Action Comics, Superman declared plans to renounce his U.S. citizenship. "'Truth, justice, and the American way' - it's not enough anymore," the comic book superhero said, after both the Iranian and American governments criticized h
You can't hide from the tax man, not even in space.
Shielding your millions from Uncle Sam—how American is that?
As you file your taxes this week, before complaining about how much you’re forking over to Uncle Sam, bear in mind that the tax man might not be the only one you’re writing a check to: Your boss might be getting a big cut, too.
Taxpayers and accountants rushing to meet tomorrow’s tax-filing deadline are struggling to adjust to a new law requiring brokers to report to the Internal Revenue Service what their clients paid for stocks.
At 12:30 p.m. Monday, about 50 people waited for help at the IRS center in Fort Myers, Fla. Another dozen who couldn't find seats stood in a line that stretched out the office suite door and into a lobby.
Efforts to pass a bill that would allow the IRS to deny travel rights to U.S. citizens who the feds merely claim owe $50,000 or more in delinquent taxes represents a de facto move to revoke the citizenship of Americans without due process and in comp
The same criminal mega banks that pulled off the banker bailout heist are set to run an even bigger scam.
Some Americans spend their tax refunds on high-tech gadgets and long-awaited vacations. Others use the cash to file for bankruptcy. More than 200,000 money-strapped households will use their tax refunds this year to pay for bankruptcy filing and lega