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Tax Return Preparers Rejoice: IRS To Refund All Exam Fees Paid Under Invalidated Program

In 1884, 31 U.S.C. §330 was added to the statute. Section 330 provides that the Secretary of the Treasury may: (1)  Regulate the practice of representatives of persons before the Department of the Treasury, and (2)  Before admitting a representative to practice, require that the representative demonstrate: good character; good reputation; necessary qualifications to enable [...]

IRS To Give Loving Refunds

IRS, Registered Tax Return Preparer Test Fee Refunds (May 21, 2015): The IRS is refunding the fees that return preparers paid for the Registered Tax Return Preparer test. Letters will be mailed to refund recipients on May 28 and checks will be mailed on June 2. Return preparers took the...

USC, UCLA received about $21.3 million each from Pac-12 Conference

USC and UCLA each received about $21.3 million from the Pac-12 Conference during the 2013-14 fiscal year, according to the conference’s federal tax return.

Fixing Your Mistakes: Filing An Amended Return

With Tax Day finally behind you, you're ready to finally utter a sigh of relief... until you realize you've made a mistake. Don't worry: mistakes on your tax return are totally fixable. In most cases, you just need to file a form 1040X (amended return).

Tax Problems Following a Divorce or Marital Problems? Innocent Spouse Relief May Be an Option

Many married couples find it advantageous to file a joint tax return rather than filing separately. This comes as no surprise as the federal government has built a number of tax advantages for married couples filing jointly into the tax code. These benefits include: Depending income distribution, a lower rate of taxation than they would […]

The tax mistake that could hurt you now or next year

This article is by staff writer Suba Iyer. Presumably, it has been a little more than a month since you submitted your tax return for 2014. Did you end up owing the IRS or did you get a refund? There are plenty of personal finance articles that discuss the pros and cons for each of these situations. Show More Summary

Base salary rises, total compensation falls for Notre Dame's Brian Kelly

Also in the Irish tax return: ex-coach Charlie Weis made $2.1M, and Muffet McGraw made $1.3M.        

Obama library foundation raised $5.4 million in 2014

WASHINGTON (AP) — Tax returns show that the nonprofit foundation raising money for President Barack Obama's future library in Chicago took in more than $5.4 million in 2014. The foundation also received a $1 million pledge from the Joyce Foundation, a Chicago-based nonprofit on whose board Obama served before he ran for the U.S. Senate.

USC paid $2.2M in severance for Lane Kiffin, Kevin O'Neill in 2013

The school's tax return also showed $2.5 million in compesation for AD Pat Haden.        

The Self-Employed Middle Class Hardly Exists Anymore

It's sobering that in a nation of 317 million people (of which 145 million people file tax returns), only 3% of all those reporting income are self-employed people earning enough to support a middle class life without the additional income earned by a working spouse.

RIAA Cuts More Jobs, Awards Bonuses to Execs

The RIAA continues to reduce its workforce, which has been slashed in half in just five years. According to the organization's latest tax return the RIAA now employs 55 people. The group's top three executives account for a quarter of all salaries paid, including several sizable bonuses. Show More Summary

Alabama woman charged with $7.5 million tax identity theft IRS adds efforts to aid tax ID victims, catch international tax cyber crooks

Talashia Hinton was arrested May 12 for her alleged part of a stolen identity federal tax refund ring that filed more than 3,000 false tax returns claiming more than $7.5 million in fraudulent refunds. The number of returns and amount of potentially lost tax money are both notable, but it's the dollars that earn this week's By the Numbers (dis)honor. Show More Summary

Don't ignore that IRS letter and nine other tax notice tips

You filed your tax return. Now the Internal Revenue Service has questions about your Form 1040. While hearing from the tax collector about your return is always a little unnerving, it doesn't necessarily have to be a big deal. A notice does not mean you are under audit. Show More Summary

What Would Your Future Self Do?

I’m feeling so much better today than yesterday. After a long, busy, non-stop day I opened the mail to find a letter from the IRS that my tax returns weren’t filed properly.  The error was in my favor but it didn’t matter. This is the second big mess up my accounting firm made this year […]

Clinton Foundation Broke Transparency Promise To Obama, "Strong Armed" Charity Watchdog

A few weeks back, we outlined what we called The Clinton Foundation’s “Geithner moment,” where, after a Reuters investigation revealed discrepancies, the charity decided to refile five years worth of tax returns and review filings dating back as far as fifteen years. Show More Summary

Full picture of Clinton charities’ foreign government funding remains elusive

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

The Clinton Foundation has acknowledged that the government funding totals omitted from their tax returns cannot be found on their website either, despite the foundation’s acting chief executive officer earlier suggesting they were available there. The foreign government funding received by...

Questions Remain Over Foreign Government Funding of Clinton Foundation

2 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Clinton Foundation has acknowledged that the government funding totals omitted from their tax returns cannot be found on their website either, despite the foundation's acting chief executive officer earlier suggesting...Show More Summary

Your Money Adviser: Tax Documents: What to Shred, and What to Keep

Tax returns and divorce decrees may be useful to keep for a lifetime, but many financial documents can be stored on a flash drive, or even destroyed.

Bill Clinton on his foundation: ‘People refile taxes all the time’

Bill Clinton, the former U.S. president, downplayed the errors Reuters found last month in the Clinton Foundation's tax returns, calling them "just an accident" in an interview broadcast on CNN on Wednesday.

Why Do Taxpayers Leave Money on the Table?

My dad taught a teenage me an important lesson when he helped me file my first federal income tax return. I earned the minimum wage at a part-time job, and didn’t have to file. But he explained that I should file, knowing my effort would be rewarded. “You don’t earn enough to owe income taxes,” […] The post Why Do Taxpayers Leave Money on the Table? appeared first on TaxVox.

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