Following up on my previous posts (links below): Newsweek: Why Trump's Tax Returns Are Going to Stay Secret, by Neil Buchanan (George Washington): One interesting question that has arisen is whether another provision in [section 6103(f)] of the tax code might provide a different legal avenue that could result in...
Hawaii lawmakers are nearing the halfway point of the 2017 legislative session. They're reviewing bills that need to pass out of the originating chamber in the next two weeks. Here's … Click to Continue »
Republican Rep. Leonard Lance faced a raucous, record town-hall crowd in his New Jersey district this week, where he was constantly told that he needed to "do your job." He said forcing President Donald Trump to turn over tax returns...Show More Summary
Donald Trump said during the presidential campaign that America's voters didn't care about his taxes. He wishes. After hearing from angry constituents during a town hall meeting on Feb. 23, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Florida) now says the president should release his tax returns. Show More Summary
One South Carolina mom is going viral for a heartfelt message she shared on Facebook. A single mother of two, Christina Knaack posted a photo of her tax return along with the details of what she planned to do with the money. "I got back $5,600 on my taxes. Show More Summary
First-term congressman, we hardly knew ye.
Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) “surprised a roomful of angry protesters Thursday night when he called for President Donald Trump to release his tax returns,” CNN reports. Said Gaetz: “Absolutely, Donald Trump should release his tax returns....
Tax returns, if you're lucky enough to get one, are basically free money that is meant to be spent on lavish trips and Lotto tickets or just burned in a fire, right? Not necessarily. Christina Knaack is a single mother who received a whopping tax return of $5,600. Show More Summary
Internet applauds woman after she posts receipt for $5,400 on Facebook with explanation
It's tax season. If you have anxiety about your tax return, here are 10 ways to lower the odds of getting audited this tax season.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — U.S. Sen. Susan Collins said on Wednesday she's open to using a subpoena to investigate President Donald Trump's tax returns for potential connections to Russia.
Tax season is upon us -- which means after we go through the grueling process of filing, we may be rewarded with a great tax return. While it can be tempting to spend it on something fun -- like new clothes, or a vacation, or a fancy dinner out. Show More Summary
Sen. Collins said the Senate Intelligence Committee might subpoena Trump's tax returns! MAKE IT SO, SENATOR.
Following up on my previous posts (links below): Forbes, Disclosing President Trump's Tax Returns - An Unconventional Idea, by Bryan Camp (Texas Tech) & Victor Thuronyi (former Lead Counsel, (Taxation), IMF): Lots of folks want to see Donald Trump’s tax returns. Conventional wisdom is that the returns cannot be disclosed...
Maine Senator Susan Collins, unlike many of her Republican colleagues, indicated during an interview Wednesday on Maine Public Radio that she might just be serious about investigating the president and his administration’s shadowy relationship with Russia. Show More Summary
U.S. Sen. Susan Collins said on Wednesday she's open to using a subpoena to investigate President Donald Trump's tax returns for potential connections to Russia. Collins, a Republican who has … Click to Continue »
``So-called President Trump is becoming increasingly at odds with Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Lindsay Graham (R-SC). They could be deciding votes as to whether to subpoena his tax records in conjunction with investigating Russian collusion with Trump. Show More Summary
Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) told Maine Public Radio that she wants a vigorous investigation into Russia’s attempts to influence last fall’s presidential election. “Asked whether that could include issuing a subpoena for the tax returns that Trump has refused to [...]
It's usually fairly clear which one gives you the biggest tax break -- but not always. Some situations make it a bit more tricky to figure.
WASHINGTON ? At least one Republican senator would be willing to subpoena President Donald Trump’s tax returns. That is Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), who told Maine Public Radio on Wednesday that she wants a vigorous investigation into...Show More Summary