If Congress wants to extend the payroll tax cut beyond Feb. 29 without adding to the national debt, it has to cut somewhere else, raise fees or find other tax money.
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The president plans to propose tax incentives to reward companies that create US jobs. He wants to end tax breaks for companies that send jobs overseas.
Let's say the critics are right and the candidate is a 'job cremator.' A capitalist who knows how to exploit weak companies also knows how to make them strong.
After Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell suggests Warren Buffett give his fortune to the U.S. Treasury, the billionaire pledges to match Republican contributions.
As the GOP frontunner's record at Bain Capital comes under increasing scrutiny, his math looks fuzzy. Here's a look at jobs gained and lost via the hedge fund's work.
The taxpayer advocate says an increased workload and decreased funding threaten taxpayers' rights and hamper the IRS in collecting revenue.
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