Can 'Sovereign Citizens' Really Avoid Taxes?
Law enforcement officials rate sovereign citizens as #1 domestic terror threat.
Same-Sex Marriage Finds More Inequality in Divorce: Pain in Progress
Though same-sex marriage is legal in 19 states and Washington, D.C., the division of assets in divorce still presents specific financial challenges to gay couples.
IRS Cracks Down on Offshore Tax Havens
Offshore financial institutions must report American accounts holding $50,000 or more.
IRS Announces Voluntary Certification Program for Tax Preparers
Amid controversy, the IRS offers a program to get your tax preparer up to snuff.
Tax Payer Bill of Rights Cleans Up IRS Image
The federal government is once again attempting to soften Uncle Sam's image.
Maximizing Retirement Savings Through Smart Tax Planning
Careful planning of how you invest your retirement savings can help to maximize your net after-tax yield, both for yourself and your beneficiaries.
How the Erosion of the Corporate Tax Base Hurts Average Joes
During Richard Nixon's presidency, corporations paid 15% of the federal government's bills; today, that figure is below 10%. That's hurting us.
Documents Show IRS Washington Targeted Groups
Senate Democrat pressured IRS.
Now That the Tax-Filing Season Is Over, Be Sure Of This Checklist
It has been almost a month since the April 15 deadline for filing your 2013 income tax return. Time to review some "post tax season" issues.
3 Ways to Make Your Next Tax Day a Breeze
Even though you're ready to put taxes to bed for another year, now's the time to ensure next year's tax day is stress free.