Loss of employees may create a risk of knowledge and experience gaps.
Last year's filing season was an adjustment for taxpayers and industry professionals alike as it was the first under a massive overhaul of federal tax law. While this year's season is expected to be more sedate, there are a few tweaks to be aware of.
More Americans have said they think it is okay to cheat a bit on their taxes.
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Increased exemption amounts are scheduled to expire in 2025.
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So much for wind being the low-cost energy source of the future.
Some private colleges will have to pay new taxes on their investment income.
Moderate candidates on the debate stage Tuesday night were right to call Warren’s and Sanders’ tax and spending plans unrealistic.
State governors and legislators can learn something from their Alaskan counterparts, who slashed public spending on the University of Alaska by 41%. There's nothing better than the sounds of pocketbooks snapping shut to bring a bit of sanity to college administrators.
Wealthy people who move away from high-tax states are virtually certain to face a residency audit, says tax attorney Mark Klein.
Michael Cohen, the former personal lawyer and “fixer” for President Donald Trump, was handed a federal tax lien in excess of $1.9 million from the Internal Revenue Services, according to a report.
You might not pay income taxes, but other taxes could be high in some states.
The Free File program, however, is in need of no major changes.
The Internal Revenue Service clarifies the tax consequences of a "hard fork."
The nation’s current regulatory burden belies?Francis?Scott Key’s characterization of America as the 'land of the free.'
In just two and a half years, these Americans have seen a $4,000 pay raise in real, after inflation dollars, and a tax cut of between $1,400 and $2,900.
Out-migration eroded 45 percent of tax revenue gain from the reform, researchers said.
Living in one of these states could bring a big tax advantage.