On Tuesday Nevada became the 10th state to eliminate the dreaded tampon tax, which is the 6.85 percent sales tax you have to pay when you buy pads and tampons, the New York Times reports.
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!
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.
Other poll: 100 percent of Ellie Shechet’s body feels stressed.
In an interview with the Des Moines Register about the estate tax, Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) very succinctly described the kind of person you’d need to be to support the opaque, barely-finished, absolutely insane tax bill the Senate GOP shoved into passage in the dead of the night on Friday.
Some turtles move rather quickly, it would seem.
Ronna must draw the line somewhere, I suppose.
Trump’s tax plan, which he has certainly read in full and 100 percent understands, is not particularly popular; its release, slated for today, has been delayed by what the New York Times politely describes as “the daunting arithmetic of drastically cutting tax rates.” Not to worry, though, my wealthy GOP corporate…
What a fun and great project for everyone to be focusing their time and energy on!
Donald Trump concealed his tax returns during his protracted presidential campaign, refusing to disclose them even after his election on November 8. So it probably comes as no surprise that our new, demented Chia-Pet-in-Chief will not release them now.
Rep. Mick Mulvaney, Donald Trump’s nominee for White House budget director, apparently doesn’t know much about payroll taxes. The New York Times reports he admitted to not paying state or federal taxes for a babysitter he and his wife employed.
Donald Trump, a tax-avoidant opossum testicle dead-set on becoming president, crows about the many millions of dollars he has saved by not paying federal taxes — a despicable move, but not necessarily an illegal one. But in the early 1990s, Trump did not report hundreds of millions of taxable dollars with the aid of…
Oh, Eric Trump, ye blonde Grendel. I love that I am getting to see more and more of you these days! I just...love it!
In 1995, the New York Times reports, Donald Trump declared a $916 million loss on his income tax returns—a deduction so great it might have entitled him to wait as long as 18 years before paying any federal income taxes. Three pages of Trump’s tax returns were sent to a Times reporter in the mail.
Donald Trump, an industrial-sized wastebasket in a clip-on tie, reportedly spent some $258,000 of his charity’s money to settle two legal claims, according to the Washington Post. Trump has repeatedly claimed that he “never” settles lawsuits, but in fact, he frequently does. Using the Trump Foundation’s money to do so…