US President Trump, who has already raised taxes on the US consumer once this year, is vowing to do so again. On Monday, the president suggested a reciprocal tax on imported goods (details were not forthcoming). Generally, such taxes tend to hit lower income consumers more than higher income consumers.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Trump's blueprint surprised his top aides, who were quick to note that no formal plans have been drawn up yet.
For Donald Trump to unveil this budget plan after approving massive tax breaks for the wealthy is obscene.
New York Times op-ed: How C.E.O.s Should Spend Their Tax Cuts, by Richard Levin (Former President, Yale: Former CEO, Coursera): Companies are wrestling with how to allocate the windfall from the recent tax act. It’s a nice problem t...
Tax Day falls on April 17 this year, but you can file your taxes as soon as you have the correct forms from your employer. H&R Block and TurboTax both offer free tax filing if you made less than $66,000 in 2017. I used H&R Block to ...
In addition to state-level sales taxes, consumers also face local sales taxes in 38 states. See how state and local sales tax rates vary across the country.