IRS Issues Final Tax Deduction Rules for Partnerships and LLCs
Here’s How U.S. Businesses Actually Used Their Tax Cuts
IRS Won't Penalize Confused Taxpayers Following Changes to Code
Americans may get their refunds during the shutdown, but the upcoming tax filing season is likely to be the rockiest in decades.
Big Tax Break for Business Owners at Risk as Shutdown Drags on
A Republican Senator Signals Interest in Trump’s Tax Returns
The decision will come as a relief to many taxpayers who file their taxes as soon as the filing season begins.
The government shutdown doesn’t mean an extended Christmas break for about 400,000 federal employees deemed essential.
Holiday Flights Safe, But Not National Park Trips in Shutdown
The Republican-controlled Senate has shown little interest in taking up the House’s package before members leave for the recess.
U.S. Offshore Repatriated Cash Fell Almost 50% in the Third Quarter
Mnuchin Backs Off Trump's Promise of 10% Middle-Class Tax Cut
Want to Cut Your Tax Bill? Then Keep Reading and Call Your CPA
Foreign Banks Get a Break From IRS in Trump Tax Law's New Levy
After Voting for Tax Law, Rubio Slams It for Helping Corporations Over Workers
IRS Softens Blow After Tax Law Cut Perks for Nonprofit Employees
House Democrats Hire Counsel for Fight to Get Trump’s Tax Returns
Trump’s Tax Promise of Trillions Back to U.S. Fails to Materialize
U.S. companies won some concessions from the Internal Revenue Service.
In Final Tax Push, Brady's Best Shot Is His Most Hated Practice
Private Equity Firms Get Clarity on Interest Deduction Limits