The House Oversight Committee says it needs Trump's records to assess whether new ethics in government legislation is needed.
Larry Summers, former Treasury Secretary, joins CNBC's "Power Lunch" team to discuss the U.S. economy, markets and more.
Lax enforcement by the Internal Revenue Service has led to hundreds of billions of dollars a year in uncollected taxes from the wealthy, which could reach trillions over the next decade.
Instead of raising taxes on the wealthy, some say the IRS should simply collect what they owe every year. Vanessa Williamson, governance studies fellow at Brookings, and Rachel Bovard, senior policy director at the Conservative Partnership Institute, join CNBC's "Squawk Box" to discuss.
High health-care bills are the No. 1 reason that people would consider taking money from retirement accounts or filing for bankruptcy. Medical experts weigh in on what you can do to try to ease the burden.
If you live in the Northeast U.S., chances are you're facing some steep taxes on income. Here are three states with the heftiest levies on your wages — and seven states that don't tax income at all.
Income brackets have been adjusted.
You will be able to set aside more money for retirement in the new year, according to the IRS. Here's how much pre-tax money you can put in workplace retirement savings plans and IRAs.
There are plenty of reasons why Trump would leave New York: cold winters, traffic and high taxes. State auditors may not let him go without a fight.
Here's a birthday gift a centenarian might not see coming: a tax bill from the IRS. Certain life insurance policies give you access to "cash value" that grows tax-free. The catch: You might owe taxes when you hit 100.
Procrastinators, your time is nearly up. Oct. 15 is the last day for taxpayers to submit their 2018 tax returns. Here's what you need to know.
Employee stock purchase plans offer a way to potentially boost your bottom line. As with all investments, there are no guarantees. Plus, there may be other financial milestones you want to reach first.
Headlines the past week were filled with news that the rich pay less in taxes than the rest. Former congressman Barney Frank, and Alex Brill, American Enterprise Institute resident fellow, join "Squawk Box" to discuss.
Headlines the past week were filled with news that the rich pay less in taxes than the rest. CNBC's Robert Frank breaks down the data.
Depending on whether President Trump's tax returns are released, the public could get a peek into his sources of income. Here are the key tax forms to watch out for.
You can spend your entire life in a foreign country, but if you were born in the U.S. or have at least one parent who's a U.S. citizen — surprise! — you're an American. Here's why that may complicate the tax picture for you.
Four blue states argued that the new $10,000 cap on state and local tax deductions was "an unconstitutional assault on states' sovereign choices." A judge in Manhattan disagreed. Here's what's next.
Millennial savers say they regret not starting to save earlier.
Roth IRAs can be a powerful tool for young investors looking to save for retirement. Traditional IRAs offer upfront tax breaks as you contribute to retirement, but Roth IRAs can offer a higher reward in the long-term. Watch this video to find out more about Roth IRAs and why you could be missing out by not investing in one.
One economist says ultra-wealthy couples could split their fortunes in half through divorce and avoid paying Warren's proposed wealth tax.