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There are now more than 11.5 million signed up for Obamacare plans nationwide.
When it comes to state and local taxes, some Americans bear a heavier burden than others.
The head of Europe’s competition watchdog has denied claims that it is unfairly targeting U.S. firms.
Make no mistake: Taxes chased GE out of Connecticut, says Larry Kudlow. What the state needs now is a dose of free-market capitalism.
The Internal Revenue Service hopes to better answer taxpayers with questions with shorter phone waiting times. The USAToday reports.
About 40 percent of firms that will be required to file new Obamacare tax forms aren't aware of those forms.
President Obama's final State of the Union was simpler than his predecessor's and showed his particular brand of politics.
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Obama and Congress need to focus on tax reform and other crucial policies in 2016, says CAT CEO and Business Roundtable Chair Doug Oberhelman.
Don't get too hung up on the record $1.5B Powerball. Taxes take a bigger bite out of winnings than you'd expect.
The European Commission says Belgium's "excess profit" tax system was illegal and distorted competition.
If a drop in income put you in a lower tax bracket this year, consider converting money from a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA.
The top 400 paid an effective tax rate of 22.89 percent of adjusted gross income in 2013, the highest level since 1997.
The IRS is going for a more high-tech approach, which could end up hurting taxpayers, reports USA Today.
The world's policymakers are deploying fiscal and monetary policy in completely the wrong way, according to one fund manager.
Inspired by a new availability of data and tools, economists and scientists are trying to figure out what will blunt the temptation to cheat on taxes.
A decline in tax rates of America’s wealthiest taxpayers, underway since the late 1990s, recently reversed course.
The move has been politically unpopular, with critics questioning whether it hurts Alaska's competitiveness for business.