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H&R Block spiked 12 percent after the tax-preparation firm reported adjusted quarterly profits that beat estimates.
H&R Block beat quarterly earnings and revenue estimates and announced a boost in its dividend.
Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson rebuts the premise his candidacy would ensure a Hillary Clinton win by siphoning votes from Donald Trump.
US companies are still leaving the US but as prey, not predators, says former Best Buy CEO Brad Anderson. Here's why.
It's hard to imagine a state in worse financial shape than Illinois, but three others face an even bigger fiscal mess.
Japan will delay its planned sales tax hike for a second time, Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced Wednesday.
Shinzo Abe is considering delaying a sales tax hike, originally planned in April 2017, by around two years, Japanese media reported on Friday.
California's economy is on fire but the state's finances are another story and the governor is warning of a slowdown or recession down the road.
A USA TODAY analysis found Donald Trump's businesses have been involved in at least 100 lawsuits and other disputes related to taxes.
Tax cuts have allowed people like Bill Self, head coach of the University of Kansas' men's basketball team, to pay almost no income tax. KCUR reports.
A campaign to raise California's cigarette tax by $2 a pack said it has collected enough signatures to qualify the proposal for the Nov. 8 ballot.
These professors point out some "glaring errors" in the attack on Bernie Sanders' single-payer health plan.
Sam Wyly engaged in "deceptive and fraudulent actions" in a scheme to dodge taxes on more than $1 billion in offshore trusts, a judge ruled.
Congress should enact immigration and tax reform and resume infrastructure spending, Motorola Solutions CEO Greg Brown says.
The “Panama Papers” scandal has not hit investment in Panama or its economy, the country’s vice-minister of finance said on Tuesday.
The presidential contender's proposals for new spending would cost $33 trillion, but only be financed by $15.3 trillion in new taxes.
Donald Trump now says the rich might simply get a smaller tax cut than he originally proposed.
The IRS hearings on Capitol Hill resembled "political theater," said Jared Bernstein, senior fellow at The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
Trump might seek to reduce the national debt by asking creditors to accept less than full payment, The New York Times reports.
Louisiana's finances were already in doubt when oil prices came crashing down, and now energy layoffs are denting income and tax revenue.
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