From a restaurant owner who hid cash receipts in "seasoned octopus" boxes to a self-proclaimed governor of Alabama who buried gold coins in his yard, here are some of the wildest tax fraud investigations the IRS has undertaken in the past year. More
The Senate is expected to vote on legislation that would allow 45 states and the District of Columbia to require online retailers to collect sales taxes on purchases. Here's how it would impact your online shopping bill.
Thanks to the government's spending cuts, you have a smaller chance of getting audited by the IRS this year.
What to do if you're audited by the IRS.
H&R Block is sending $25 gift cards to customers who filed their taxes in company-owned locations and were impacted by a processing delay of returns claiming education credits.
Senate set to vote on long-delayed measure to allow collection of sales tax on Internet purchases, which could mean major change for online commerce.
While President Obama's 2014 budget proposal would violate his oft-cited pledge not to raise taxes on those making less than $200,000, it doesn't do so by very much. The lion's share of new revenue he proposes would come from the highest income households.
Two dozen former and current IRS employees were indicted for claiming they were unemployed in order to receive more than $250,000 in jobless benefits, food stamps, welfare payments and housing vouchers.
The IRS is giving taxpayers impacted by the Boston Marathon bombing an additional three months to file their taxes.
From getting a Tibetan terrier puppy to saving for an engagement ring, here's how six people plan to spend their tax refunds this year.
In 2012, the Obamas made $608,000, less money than in 2011, thanks to slower sales of best-selling books. They still paid more than $112,000 in taxes.
Much of the debate about the economy in this election is about taxes -- how much we pay, who pays it, if the burden is shared fairly. As the rhetoric heats up, these numbers can help you separate truth from spin.
Many people think they know what the rich pay in taxes and have strong opinions about it. But the reality isn't always as black and white as they think.
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