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Millions of people are potentially eligible for exemptions from Obamacare taxes, but many won't apply for those waivers.
The IRS says only half of the 100 million people expected to call this year will be able to reach a person.
Chinese citizens and companies must pay domestic taxes on their worldwide incomes, New York Times reports.
This will be the first year that Obamacare's tax rules, including penalties, will go into effect. The NYT reports.
A former Countrywide Financial executive cashed in on $57-million payday after whistleblowing in Bank of America investigation. The NYT reports.
Former UBS banker Bradley Birkenfeld, who was paid $104 million for information he provided, wants to leave the U.S. now. Why he can't.
Life insurers are avoiding taxes without leaving the country, saving as much as $100 billion in federal taxes, the NYT reports.
It's easier to avoid the use-it-or-lose it proposition of flexible spending accounts. Some purchases may benefit your bottom line more than others.
A new book claims Bitcoin will someday replace the whole global financial system, doing the job of banks and insurance companies.
The number of bogus claims by prisoners jumped to 137,000 in 2012 and the figure is expected to go even higher, Fiscal Times reports.
Most retirees haven't yet taken required minimum distributions—putting them at risk for a 50% tax penalty. But it's a misstep easily avoided.
Credit Suisse wants a hedge fund to return $1.5 million, but the fund's manager is missing, the New York Times reports.
To ensure retirees don't run out of money, the IRS and the Treasury just issued guidance to expand the use of these investment vehicles.
Recent government missteps could cost the midterm elections for the Democrats, NBC News reports.
Scammers claiming to represent the IRS are threatening people with jail if they don't pay tax bills.
Expatriate Americans are renouncing their citizenship in record volumes because of increasingly onerous tax-filing requirements.
A former adviser to President Obama's transition team was waging his own legal battle against the IRS before conservatives took the agency to court.
Street walkers are still around, but escorts have taken to the Web and seen a surge of interest and a perceived lower risk of arrest.
CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks to Senator Orrin Hatch, (R-Utah), about the IRS email scandal. Senator Hatch says the crash looks terrible and the emails are probably gone forever.
Discussing the IRS email controversy, with CNBC's Larry Kudlow, and CNBC contributor Jared Bernstein. Kudlow says the IRS has consistently misled the House Ways and Means Committee.