The IRS has created a website and a smartphone app you can use. If you file electronically, you could get your money within 10 days.
The president has proposed raising taxes on the wealthy and rewarding firms that bring jobs home before, but he got nowhere then.
Start by contacting your employer. If that doesn't work, call the IRS. Even if you never get the form, you still have to file on time.
Property owners in Detroit are avoiding taxes by letting their homes and businesses go into foreclosure for unpaid taxes and then buying them back for $500.
The actress is accused of failing to pay federal taxes for 2009. Sources blame the oversight on a change in business management and say she will pay up.
The White House turns to social media to make its case for the payroll tax extension. For a taxpayer making $50,000 a year, it means about $40 per 2-week pay period.
Virginia legislator seeks to boost space industry by offering a tax credit of up to $8,000 to residents who agree to a 'space burial' of their cremated remains.
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