A new review has identified 220,000 additional incidents where data was breached, the tax collection agency said. It identified another 170,000 suspected failed attempts by third parties to gain access to taxpayer data.
A few months back, we called the government's Income Based Repayment plans, or IBR, "the student loan bubble's dirty little secret."
Here's a great example of how an important rule that may affect your life gets BURIED within a giant piece of legislation--
Ten tea party groups are still awaiting approval by the IRS years after they applied for tax-exempt status, Senate investigators revealed Wednesday in a report that recommends the tax agency issue a ban preventing employees who work on nonprofit appl
A lot of leaders in the tax protest movement have done jail time for their consistency.
It never fails. Every time I write anything about taxes I get long, rambling e-mails from tax trolls who scour the Internet looking for articles about taxes so they can contact the writers and impress them with their knowledge of the tax code.
JULY 26 2015 SEN.RAND PAUL Would 'killing the tax code' energize the economy
I'm sitting here on a park bench with my friend and colleague Johann Gevers overlooking an absolutely serene lake in Zug, Switzerland.
Just the other day we wrote about a US House "suspension" bill that would give the Secretary of State the authority to cancel your passport if he decided that you had "aided" an organization that he rules is terrorist.
As linked from drudgereport.com on July 21, 2015. How Would You Kill the Tax Code? by Rand Paul
This story was co-published by ProPublica and Politico. In 1993, the Dow Jones industrial average was still well under 4,000, the best-selling car in the country was the Ford Taurus, and the average cost of a Major League Baseball ticket was under
Have you ever wondered where the income tax havens are? Find out here.
When George Osborne last Wednesday announced a shake-up of tax rules for foreigners living in Britain, the chancellor was careful not to damage his country's underlying appeal.
Ever wonder why the biggest market for pick-up trucks (that's us, the U.S.) has so few trucks available?