The IRS won’t issue refunds during the federal government shutdown, but the filing extension deadline still applies.
Seeing Congress gridlocked over the federal budget is one thing. Having them unable to reach an agreement on raising the debt ceiling is something else entirely.
Yes, you are. But how much depends on where you work and what you’re doing in the next few weeks.
The IRS is changing the rules on forced tips for big groups, and restaurants might ditch them to avoid tax complications.
The number of those who pay no federal income tax is expected to drop to 34 percent of households in 10 years.
Ah, the freedom to give money to the government — together. New IRS rules apply to all married same-sex couples, no matter where they live.
The U.S. tax code lets businesses deduct billions of dollars for executive compensation. Two senators want that to stop. What do you think?