The neediest Americans will be short $100 billion in delayed tax refunds at a time when they're really counting on it. Chaos may ensue, an issue neither presidential candidate is addressing.
Some taxpayers who claimed an education-related tax credit on their 2012 tax return are experiencing delays in receiving federal tax refunds. Tax attorney and Forbes blogger Kelley Phillips Erb discovered that ... Read Full Post
Rest easy, folks: your tax refunds are safe. Despite dire warnings that tax refund delays could happen if Congress didn’t address the debt ceiling crisis (the same worries we had last year), we don’t have anything to worry about for...
Yet another state has announced a delay in issuing tax refunds: South Carolina joins North Dakota and Illinois in slowing the issuance of tax refunds due to concerns over tax fraud. Utah has also slowed tax refunds by design.
This is the tax issue neither presidential candidate is addressing.