Imagine arriving at your local airport one morning for a domestic flight to a neighboring city. You approach the security checkpoint and the TSA lackey asks for your identification. After handing him your driver's license, you prepare to be groped
A tax advocacy group on Wednesday revealed that Americans spend more on taxes than their whole budget for food, clothing and housing.
One of the many remarkable things about the massive leak of documents known as the Panama Papers is what's so far been lacking.
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders find themselves as allies in their attempts to "help" blue-collar American workers. Would they really help, or cause even more harm to an economy that has been strangled by government? Ron Paul focuses on the folly of
Defaults Are Up, Again
A federal appeals court spanked the IRS Tuesday, saying it has taken laws designed to protect taxpayers from the government and turned them on their head, using them to try to protect the tax agency from the very tea party groups it targeted.
Many people, including many highly trained economists, seem to think the economics of decarbonizing the U.S. economy are simple and straightforward.
It's said that nothing is for sure but death and taxes. Anti-aging scientists are already working on getting rid of death, but what about taxes? If we all live thousands of years, will we also have to pay the IRS every April 15th?
Seventeen years ago, The Future of Freedom Foundation published my piece "The Great Sugar Shaft."
The factory floor in Southern China is grimy and the air smells like metal. Loud clanging limits conversation as steel is punched and bent and molded into the light fixtures they will soon become.
Presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders, along with President Obama, say they want high-income earners, otherwise known as the rich, to pay their fair share of income taxes.
When the IRS first reported a hack that exposed taxpayer accounts' vulnerable information, it pegged the number of affected people at a little over 100,000.
During a post-debate interview with CNN last night, Donald Trump accused the IRS of targeting him over the fact that he's a "strong Christian" and is taking on the establishment in the presidential race.
Both cybersecurity and customer service at the Internal Revenue Service have suffered because of Obamacare, the agency's head said in remarks to Congress on Thursday.
The image above may be considered by some as unfair, as it suggests that taxation is a form of robbery. Well, let's check the dictionary for a definition: "Robbery is defined as taking away of goods or property by force or intimidation."
President Barack Obama proposed setting a $10 fee per barrel of oil, paid by oil companies, as a way to fund cleaner transportation investment.
The Internal Revenue Service suffered a "hardware failure" on Wednesday afternoon, which left many of its tax processing systems unavailable Wednesday night, the agency announced in a statement.
What we can expect will be an increasingly desperate attempt to rob people of their personal wealth. The situation will ramp up to a draconian level. Then, quite suddenly, the crisis will be upon us. The dreaded tanks will run out of fuel - the gover
The UK economy could not be poised in a more dramatic position right now, and Home Secretary Theresa May has come up with a plan to wreck it.
Serious internal control flaws mean the IRS may still be unfairly selecting Americans for an audit "based on an organization's religious, educational, political, or other views," according to a pair of reports released by the Government Account
Everyone's buzzing to see if one lucky person will claim the $900 million Powerball lottery winnings.
Spain's general elections of December 20th put an end to the two-party system that dominated the Iberian Peninsula for decades. Almost unnoticed among the information about the impending political struggle between old and new parties, the Spanish A
Senator Chris Coons, a Democrat from Delaware, went on the Morning Joe Show to call for a "small surtax" to pay for the war against the Islamic State.
Should religious institutions pay taxes? If they have entered the hospitality sector and are exploiting a legal loophole, says Pope Francis, then absolutely!
At the end of September 2011, just days before his passing, the company that Steve Jobs founded had a $25 billion cash hoard. Nearly half of this was stashed overseas.
Alaska's governor revealed his plan to institute the state's first income tax in 35 years.
Passports Required For Domestic Travel In 2016, But IRS Can Revoke Passports For Taxes
Tea party targeting may be out, but wealth targeting is still very much in vogue at the IRS, where auditors target the wealthy and those with high incomes at much higher rates than other taxpayers.
Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul and Mike Huckabee have all said they would so radically simplify taxes that they would put the IRS out of work.