Here’s something fun: More people than usual are going to owe additional money to the IRS because they aren’t withholding enough in the wake of the Trump tax bill!
Documents obtained by Right Wing Watch detail how Focus on the Family, a religious conservative and anti-abortion organization, convinced the IRS in 2016 to classify the nonprofit as a church, releasing it from financial transparency rules and requirements like unemployment benefits.
Whitney Houston’s estate has reportedly agreed to a settlement with the IRS that reduces the amount of back taxes the estate was originally ordered to pay.
Mitt Romney decided to make a go at relevancy during the February 25 GOP debate by being very ironic. The former presidential hopeful, who caused a stir back in 2012 over his initial refusal to release his tax returns, took Donald Trump to task over the fact that yes, Virginia, it is possible to turn over your tax…
In Seattle, an IRS agent allegedly pressured a medical marijuana dispensary owner into paying off his student loans in return for going easy on an audit—and now that agent’s headed to court. Sallie Mae doesn’t care where the money comes from, right?
Lawyers for ex-House Speaker Dennis Hastert told a federal judge this morning that he will plead guilty later this month in a case where he’s accused of bank fraud and lying to the FBI. Several media outlets have reported that Hastert is suspected of agreeing to pay a man millions to cover up sexual abuse.
John Oliver took on a hefty task during Sunday’s Last Week Tonight, he actually tried to make viewers feel bad for the plight of IRS employees this tax season—and he kind of made sense.
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Mystic Pizza, the movie that introduced America to Julia Roberts's cackle, was in fact based on a real place of the same name, a place in Connecticut where mystical pizzas were made in roaring ovens throughout the bountiful 90s, but that has now become a poster child for the economic recession. Or tax fraud. The U.S.…
A tax court has ruled that expenses incurred in securing sex reassignment surgery are tax deductible, as the procedure is not one of aesthetic preference, but rather medical necessity. This technically means that everyone who is paying taxes is subsidizing sex reassignment, a fact that would give Michele Bachmann a…
The "No Taxpayer Funding For Abortion Act" keeps getting more awesome — now it appears that the bill could force IRS agents to interrogate women about whether their abortions were the result of rape.
The kid with the hair and that girl from that show your niece watches must be dating; they were seen together again. Speculating about the romantic lives of children is not weird at all!