Congress may be ready to talk tax reform, but are Americans ready to talk about ending tax breaks that save them money?
The average rate for top earners has plummeted from 26% to 17% since 1992, while the average rate for all has fallen from 9.9% to 9.3%. Congress is talking about cutting tax breaks, but which ones?
Inspector general faults IRS for paying out $513 million in questionable claims for homebuyer tax credit. Agency says it caught many bogus claims.
The IRS is having problems processing the returns of those who got the 2008 homebuyer tax credit. It's a small but vocal group.
Agency offering carrots and sticks to force taxpayers and preparers to file electronically. Plus, tax benefits to remember this year.
What if you could take this year’s tax refund, spend every dime, then get it all back, plus 30%? Impossible? Not at all.
GOP opposes plan that would raise taxes on businesses and the wealthy while cutting taxes for the working poor and the middle class.
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