Congress may be ready to talk tax reform, but are Americans ready to talk about ending tax breaks that save them money?
White House provides online calculator that breaks down your tax payment the way it is allocated by the fedral government -- at least most of it.
Most Americans have earned enough this year to pay federal, state and local taxes. Some states celebrated early, but residents of others will be working for taxes until next month.
Two players argue that much of their income should be classified as royalties and not taxed by the United States. The IRS disagrees.
Texas and California lead the nation in residents who wait until the last week to file their returns.
Big companies use all the legal tools at their disposal to cut the amount they pay the government.
Federal tax of 10 cents a roll to upgrade sewer systems would be the ultimate user tax and ease the squeeze on city funds.
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