If you follow those rules, you're likely to stay out of tax trouble. Hint: Keep an eye on the paper.
Agency bureaucracy has stymied the program since it was authorized in 2006. Only one whistle-blower has received a reward.
The third-party presidential candidate explains why political corruption is our biggest problem.
Thieves have stepped up their efforts to steal tax refunds, and the IRS is stepping up its efforts to crack down on tax-related ID theft.
Neither the Obama nor the Romney tax plan faces up to reality. Tax cuts with expiration dates are papering over the budget holes.
More than 1 million taxpayers who were due a refund failed to file. If you're one of them, you have until April 17 to claim your money.
Conservatives say the agency is asking for too much documentation, but officials say they are just trying to weed out ineligible groups.
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