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Iranian oil exports are running above the levels the Islamic Republic agreed to when sanctions were loosened.
More than 77,000 foreign banks and financial institutions have agreed to share US tax information with the IRS.
Two U.S. congressmen have opened separate inquiries into whether a Treasury Department bureau may have flouted federal hiring rules.
WASHINGTON/ ST LOUIS, June 3- Two powerful U.S. congressmen have opened separate inquiries into whether a Department of the Treasury bureau charged with policing money laundering may have flouted federal hiring rules, including regulations that require military veterans be given preference for government jobs.
WASHINGTON, June 2- About 77,000 foreign and U.S. banks and financial institutions, including some in Russia, have registered with the United States to comply with a new law meant to fight tax dodging by Americans, the U.S. Treasury Department said on Monday.
In April, the New York Times reported that State Department lawyers favored supporting Jordan- based Arab Bank in the case in part because Jordan is a U.S. ally, but that the Justice Department and Treasury Department were inclined to avoid taking sides.
In April, The New York Times reported that State Department lawyers favored supporting Jordan- based Arab Bank in the case in part because Jordan is a U.S. ally, but that the Justice Department and Treasury Department were inclined to avoid taking sides.
WASHINGTON, May 22- U.S. government workers owed $3.3 billion in delinquent taxes last year but were still better at staying current with the Internal Revenue Service than the general public, the IRS said on Thursday. About 3.3 percent of federal workers were delinquent on their taxes in fiscal 2013, versus 8.7 percent of all U.S. taxpayers, the IRS said.
Richard Kovacevich, former chairman & CEO of Wells Fargo, says the biggest mistake the Fed made during the financial crisis was rescuing Bear Stearns which was half the size of Lehman.
Richard Kovacevich, former chairman and CEO of Wells Fargo, explains why he thinks former Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner's new book is a justification for bad decisions.
The Treasury Department said the sanctions would freeze any US assets held by the individuals and bar Americans from doing business with them.
WASHINGTON, May 19- A proposal to make the U.S. Internal Revenue Service hire private companies to collect unpaid taxes is dividing Senate Democrats, with some warning it could lead to harassment of low-income people, but others saying it would boost tax revenue.
Mary Miller, U.S. Treasury Undersecretary, shares her thoughts on regulating asset managers and the three areas they are looking at that may pose risk.
WASHINGTON, May 12- The United States posted a $107 billion budget surplus in April, according to Treasury Department figures released on Monday, suggesting the federal government was on track to slash its annual deficit. Washington usually runs a surplus in April because households have a deadline for settling tax bills that month.
CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks to Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group chief market analyst, about how China will enact economic reform and how it will impact growth. Boockvar also discusses India and demand for copper.
Clawing back and becoming "rebanked" is a daunting task for poor Americans, since the alternative is an expensive burden on already-strained finances.
Geithner tells CNBC the foreign merger situation showed the need for the administration's 2012 corporate tax reform plan that failed to win support.
WASHINGTON, May 9- Hong Kong has reached an information-sharing agreement with the United States under a new law meant to combat offshore tax dodging by Americans, the U.S. Treasury Department said on Friday.
ST LOUIS/ NEW YORK, May 9- A U.S. Treasury Department division charged with policing money laundering may have run afoul of federal regulations that require military veterans to be given preference for jobs in the government if they are qualified, according to sources and documents seen by Reuters.
LOS ANGELES, May 9- The U.S. Treasury Department has admitted for the first time that the U.S. government is technically capable of prioritizing payments if Congress triggers a default crisis by failing to raise the country's borrowing authority.