A new study looks at the average annual property tax burdens in more than 3,000 counties across the country. More
If you were thinking that the government shutdown meant you would get out of paying taxes, think again. Here are some other things you need to know about the IRS and your taxes.
New taxes. New tax breaks. Here's a look at some of the key tax provisions affecting individuals and businesses as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
Married same-sex couples who have been paying extra tax due to the Defense of Marriage Act are now eligible to get some of that money back.
Whether because of very low incomes or a bevy of tax breaks, 43% of Americans will end up owing nothing in federal income taxes this year.
A lot of attention has been paid to the Obamacare mandate to buy health insurance starting in 2014. But the Affordable Care Act includes plenty of other tax provisions affecting individuals.
Two months after Supreme Court struck down Defense of Marriage Act, Treasury rules that legally married same-sex couples will be treated as married for federal tax purposes.
The prod to get tax delinquents to pay up varies from state to state. But in a small handful of states, which New York recently joined, if you're behind on your taxes by a certain amount, the state may choose to suspend your driver's licenses - and more - to compel you to cough up what you owe.
Here's some of the key tax provisions in the Affordable Care Act that will affect employers, insurers, pharmaceutical manufacturers and others in the health industry.
If Congress refuses to appropriate money for federal agencies to implement and enforce Obamacare, that won't change the underlying law and it won't undo the $1 trillion in new taxes that the law created.
A flat tax on individual and corporate income, fewer tax breaks and a repeal of the estate tax are just a few of the changes North Carolina included in its first major tax overhaul in 80 years.
Much of the debate about the economy in this election is about taxes -- how much we pay, who pays it, if the burden is shared fairly. As the rhetoric heats up, these numbers can help you separate truth from spin.
Many people think they know what the rich pay in taxes and have strong opinions about it. But the reality isn't always as black and white as they think.
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