The IRS is having problems processing the returns of those who got the 2008 homebuyer tax credit. It's a small but vocal group.
The agency issues an 84-page report debunking common arguments people use to try to avoid taxes. The penalty for 'frivolous' filing is $5,000.
Agency offering carrots and sticks to force taxpayers and preparers to file electronically. Plus, tax benefits to remember this year.
Anonymous tipster alerted the feds to $600 million tax-evasion scheme. Yes, the bounty is taxable.
The IRS assigns the numbers sequentially, but keeps some numbers on ice in case related forms are created later. No, form 1 is no longer in use.
Agency pays companies that owe the government millions. Bill seeks to fire federal employees who haven't paid taxes.
March 15 is the final deadline to use the funds in your flexible spending account. Most over-the-counter items won't qualify.
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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