It's not pretty.
It could save Americans $2 billion.
They call it a "massive expansion of the U.S. government."
[credit provider=”By alishav on Flickr” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/alishav/4524109741/sizes/l/in/photostream/”] H&R Block and TurboTax will be duking it out to get American taxpayers to come to them as the season approaches.It’s only January, but things have already gotten heated.
Today’s jobs report shows hopeful signs for the nation as a whole. What it doesn’t show is exactly how individual cities are faring.
[credit provider=”Marion County Jail”] An Oregon woman is on the hook for what could be one of the largest cases of tax fraud in the state’s history, reports Oregon Live’s Harry Esteve. Krystle Marie Reyes, of Salem, Ore. allegedly weaseled more than $2 million from the state by filing a false return using automated […]
It usually takes just one date in New York City to prove how expensive it can be to maintain a social life in a busy metropolitan.
What actually happens to those lawless Americans who either forget or flat out refuse to file their taxes?
There are thousands of tax deductions available to American consumers, from home office write-offs for the self-employed to student loan interest payments.