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Nearly 5 million taxpayers will file an amended income tax return this year. Among them? Here's what you should know.
On Thursday, stock of Arris went up 20 percent because they announced an inversion deal. The company sponsors Carl Edwards in Nascar.
U.S. State Department quietly doled out about $100M to Afghanistan, with very little coverage of the transaction, The Fiscal Times reports.
Waiters and waitresses who rely on tips will get hit with a triple whammy, says Jake Novak.
Medical marijuana leads by volume, but retail sales are bringing in all the tax money.
Here's a challenge for Hillary Clinton: Return to a JFK growth agenda. But it looks like she's going the wrong way, says Larry Kudlow.
From ways to avoid tax scams to filing advice geared for millennials, we've got your tax deadline covered.
More than 400,000 people have filed complaints about IRS imposters in the past two years.
Washington has to get serious about helping American families and small businesses on taxes, says House Small Business Chair Steve Chabot.
Former IRS Commissioner Mark Everson contends that a consumption tax can take 150 million people off the income tax roll.
There are 10 companies in the S&P that paid effective tax rates of 60% or greater last year. USA Today reports.
Many restaurants are turning April 15 into an annual eat freebie — or almost free — fest, reports USA Today.
The IRS' 400 Club is made up of those taxpayers who made more than $140 million.
Financial advisor Jerry Lynch offers a peek at President Obama's tax return—and how he could have saved more money.
Won't make the April 15 filing deadline? You can ask the IRS for a six-month extension.
Wednesday's tax deadline features some new Obamacare-related chores that need to be completed.
After millions of people get hit with the Obamacare tax penalty, the real pain will hit. And it's a gift to Republicans, says Jake Novak.
Data from the IRS shows that middle class Americans too are finding ways to benefit from capital gains.
The top-earning 1 percent of Americans will pay nearly half of federal income taxes for 2014, the largest share in at least 3 years, a study says.
Refunds from individual tax filings decline through the first half of the year but jump as filers finish settling up.