After weeks of Washington back-and-forth, President Obama and GOP leaders have reached an uneasy agreement. But will what helps families now hurt them later?
First off, don't panic. There are steps you can take to get back in Uncle Sam's good graces.
American Tax Relief's ads on TV, radio and the Internet said it could settle customers' tax debt for a fraction of what they owed.
Should we let all of the tax cuts sunset, or just part of them? Or should we keep them in place?
U.S. Tax Court rules that nonprofit status would not be appropriate.
To the list of the absurd becoming ordinary we can now add the idea that richer Americans should arrange to die in 2010 to save on estate taxes.
Or you could pay for the right to display your love for your team on an electronic plate.
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