The Internal Revenue Service has announced that tax season will open on Monday, January 23, 2017. The IRS will begin accepting electronic tax returns that day, with more than 153 million individual tax returns expected to be filed in 2017.
The 2016 presidential election cycle may go down in history as a breaking point for American political normalcy.
Like what you read below? Sign up for HUFFPOST HILL and get a cheeky dose of political news every evening! Donald Trump attacked a local union leader on Twitter, fulfilling his campaign promise to save American jobs, even for all the losers and haters out there. Show More Summary
"Voters deserve to know that personal priorities will never take precedence over the national interest." Thanks to President-elect Donald Trump's unwillingness to release his tax returns, a New York lawmaker has introduced the Tax Returns...Show More Summary
Donations to charity by end of year can also help you on your federal income tax return.
For the final time, the IRS has released its annual analysis of the richest 400 American taxpayers (The 400 Individual Income Tax Returns Reporting the Largest Adjusted Gross Incomes Each Year, 1992–2014): This release contains four tables which contain information from the Top 400 Individual Income Tax Returns for each...
Baldwin tweeted Trump's bluff.
The latest episode of "Saturday Night Live" opened with Alec Baldwin continuing to impersonate President-elect Trump in a sketch mocking Trump's use of Twitter. At one point "SNL" cast member Kate McKinnon, impersonating Trump's adviser Kellyanne...Show More Summary
Trump is, once again, tweeting about his dislike of Alec Baldwin's impression of him.
If Donald Trump is going to be an unsatisfied critic who watches Saturday Night Live just to tell people how much he doesn’t like it, then it looks like Alec Baldwin is going to be the guy commenting on Trump’s review every week just to ask why he’s still watching it if he hates it so much. Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! Trump wasted no time responding to SNL's cold open mocking his compulsive Twitter habits. SNL opened with another skit featuring Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump Saturday night. The bit was a hilarious send-up...Show More Summary
An offer he can’t refuse? So thin-skinned President-elect Trump took to Twitter to protest Alec Baldwin’s Saturday Night Live impressions of him. Just tried watching Saturday Night Live – unwatchable! Totally biased, not funny and the Baldwin impersonation just can't get any worse. Show More Summary
After Donald Trump commented on Baldwin's SNL skit, Baldwin told him what it would take for him to stop.
Actor Alec Baldwin fired back at Donald Trump’s latest complaint about how he is being portrayed on NBC’s Saturday Night Live with an offer for the president-elect. Show us your taxes and I’ll leave you alone. At a time when Trump should be knee-deep in security briefings and...
Donald Trump, mocked on Saturday Night Live for always taking to Twitter, took immediately to Twitter. …as Zach Seemayer writes at ETonline, “ignoring the existence of irony all together, he immediately jumped on Twitter to slam SNL for mocking his propensity for over-using the social networking platform.” Tweeted Trump: “Just tried watching Saturday Night Live [...]
Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live as Donald Trump to mock the president-elect's retweeting practices, and the Donald himself was apparently watching, because as Zach Seemayer writes at ETonline, "ignoring the existence of irony all together, he immediately jumped on Twitter to slam SNL for mocking his propensity for...
I thought the two minutes of video on YouTube at: This Week in Tech (TWiT) were interesting,and that others might find it interesting.
President-elect Donald Trump's transition team is pushing back on Senate Democrats' calls for all Cabinet nominees to release their tax returns, calling it a "PR stunt" and defending the Republican's … Click to Continue »
According to the Democrats, only three committees now have the authority to require tax returns — Finance, Budget and Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs. "After running on the idea that he was going to stand with the common man...Show More Summary
Corey Lewandowski told a panel that Times editor Dean Baquet should be imprisoned for publishing Trump’s tax return.