Low-income workers may actually pay higher taxes this year, with the loss of the Making Work pay credit.
Many states are facing huge budget problems. Expect lots of wrangling over how to cut budgets and whether to raise taxes.
The agency prefers direct deposit, but it will offer debit cards to taxpayers without bank accounts.
Committee chair wants to looks at changes to tax code for corporations and individuals simultaneously.
Crackdown aimed at making sure sex workers are paying their taxes, including required 19% sales tax on services.
The IRS has expanded the list of forms that won't be ready for filers until mid- to late February.
One idea to encourage savings is to lower the tax rate on interest earned on savings accounts.
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