More tax code fairness is good, but it won't solve all the problems of the US economy. The reality is that everyone needs to pay higher taxes, plus undergo an attitude shift.
Kazuo Hirai, the man who transformed the company’s PlayStation division, is now CEO -- and facing a much bigger challenge.
A new study finds there are more deadly auto accidents on Tax Day than on other days in April. Researchers aren't sure why but have several theories.
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The proliferation of ID theft in stealing tax returns has the government re-evaluating whether the IRS should share tax information with police agencies.
With time running out to prepare your tax return, you may think it's too late for tax-saving measures. But you can still take steps to substantially reduce what you owe.
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