Justice Department Rules Native Americans Can Grow Marijuana On Ancestral Land
Native Americans will soon be able to move from the casino business to the pot business to boost tribal income.
A 2014 Year-End Tip for Mutual Fund Investors to Lower Tax Liability
You cannot avoid the tax by simply reinvesting the distributions. Here's what you need to do.
Make 2014 Tax Maneuvers as a Holiday Present to Yourself
With 2014 not quite over, there's still time for taxpayers to tinker with tax deductions, withholding and even donations.
You Can't Deduct Your Wedding and Other Things You Shouldn't Be Expensing
Be careful what you're deducting on your taxes lest you trigger an audit.
2014 Year-End Tax Strategies to Ensure a Smooth Filing: Part Two
It's time to talk about year-end tax planning – and what you can do to make sure you will will pay the absolute least possible in taxes.
You Won't Guess The Most - and the Least - Corrupt States in America
Harvard study points blaming fingers at Arizona, New Jersey, New Mexico and more.
2015 IRS Standard Mileage Rates Announced: Get a Tax Deduction for Driving
The IRS has issued the 2015 optional standard mileage allowance rates to claim a tax deduction for driving an automobile for business, charitable, medical, or moving purposes.
Marijuana CEOs Face Invalidation of Contracts Until Congress Acts
Business owners are not protected by pot permits from creditors in bankruptcy court.
Gainful Employment Rule is Latest Government Attempt to Fix What It Broke
Student loan crisis makes politicians aware of vocational schools - reminiscent of CETA programs.
Terra Tech Wins 8 Provisional Marijuana Licenses in Nevada Despite Detractors and Twitter Harassment
Nevada’s medical marijuana program provides for a total of sixty-six retail dispensaries throughout the state