One Marijuana Regulation To Rule Them All? Washington State Consolidates Pot Biz
A new law merges the recreational and medical marijuana business in the nation's second recreational pot state under heavy criticism.
How States Get Your Tax Dollars Even When You Don't Live There
Cash-strapped states are cracking down on domicile law, so it helps to commit to your tax-free second home if you want the breaks that come with it.
Did Your Tax Refund Get Bounced Because of Identity Theft?
The IRS is going to pay out $5.2 billion in phony tax refunds this year.
Use Your Tax Refund to Boost Your Credit Score Quickly By 50 Points or More
What if I told you that you could buy a better credit score with your tax refund?
Alaska Moves Forward On Regulating Marijuana Concentrates
The state may become the first to establish regulations in this part of the ganja biz after a ban of concentrates fails in the legislature
Alaska Considers Ban On Third Party In-State Marijuana Investors
The newest legislative tweak out of newly recreational Alaska has many worried about the imminent demise of the entrepreneurial pot biz.
Pot CEOs Lined Up to Pay Thousands Of Dollars In Income Tax in Cash
Tax Day in Denver was unusual due to banking regulations that prevent marijuana businesses from banking at traditional financial institutions.
New York Medical Cannabis Regs Promise Big Restrictions, Narrow Access
The new medical marijuana program in the Empire State will only allow 20 dispensaries for the entire state
The “Fort Knox” of Marijuana in Michigan Presents New Model For Cannabis Caregivers
Secure cannabis grow facilities seem to be the coming face of a burgeoning industry in Michigan and beyond.
So You're Going To Miss the Tax Filing Deadline: Now What?
Even if you waited until April 15 to file, prepare or even consider your taxes for 2014, you're not completely without hope. There are still options available.