$57.5 million as Secretary of State?
Tax deadlines are important, and Congress just changed several key dates. One of the best changes is for FBARs, which were due June 30 with no extension. Now, they are due April 15, and you can extend that by 6 months.
Hillary Clinton late Friday afternoon released her 2007-2014 tax returns, showing that she and Bill reported $139.1 million in adjusted gross income, paid $43.9 million in taxes (a 31.6% tax rate), and made $15 million (10.8% of their AGI) of charitable contributions, $14.9 million of which went to the Clinton...
Hillary and Bill Clinton earned roughly $141 million and paid nearly $44 million in federal income taxes from 2007 to 2014, according to tax returns released Friday. The former secretary of state and Democratic presidential candidate...Show More Summary
An Upper East Side doctor who performed unnecessary procedures on his tax returns and his wife are heading to prison.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal tax returns released by Hillary Rodham Clinton show she and former President Bill Clinton paid an overall 35.7 percent tax rate on tens of millions the couple earned between 2007 and 2014. In a statement released...Show More Summary
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham Clinton was set to release eight years of tax returns late Friday showing that she and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, paid $43,885,310 in federal taxes during that period, with an effective federal tax rate of more than 35 percent for the past two years. In addition, the returns […]
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, earned more than $139 million between 2007 and 2014, according to eight years of federal income tax returns released...Show More Summary
Since 2007, the Clintons have paid $43.8 million in federal taxes
Mrs. Clinton emphasized that she had paid nearly $44 million in federal taxes and donated $15 million to charity
Former U.S. Rep. Mel Reynolds pleaded not guilty Thursday during his first appearance in federal court since he was indicted last month on charges he failed to file income tax returns from 2009 through 2012.
A new Boston company is hoping to bring a little excitement to an industry with a reputation that's about as stodgy as it gets: tax services. The tax return preparation startup Greanlight, which launched Feb. 15, is entering a sector...Show More Summary
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If you use your mobile phone for work, it’s quite easy to claim the calls off your personal phone bill as a tax deduction. However, you also need to ensure it passes the tax man’s sniff test. If you still haven’t filed your tax return, here’s how to claim your calls and data in three quick steps. More »
Blake Commagere is a growth marketing badass. Like, big time. Blake was one of the original “growth hackers” back before it became an official job category on tax returns. We somehow got the impressive Mr. Commagere to join 500 Distro...Show More Summary
Over the last decade, U.S. households have received more than $18 billion in federal income tax credits for clean energy investments. In a new paper, Severin Borenstein and I use tax return data from the IRS to examine the socioeconomic characteristics of filers who receive these credits. read more
Many opportunities exist for making costly mistakes when filing a tax return during a divorce. Here's what to know. The post How to Handle Your Tax Return During a Divorce appeared first on AllBusiness.com.
The season of filing Income Tax Return has arrived, and now it’s time to take up the responsibility of filing the tax return seriously. Here is a list of 5 serious errors committed by tax payers which not only affects their tax liability...Show More Summary
Former New York Congressman Michael Grimm has been sentenced to 8 months in prison for tax evasion. The Staten Island Republican pleaded guilty late last year to aiding in the filing of a false tax return. Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn had asked the judge to give Grimm at least 2 years behind bars at the sentencing on Friday. Show More Summary
Grimm had pleaded guilty to aiding in filing a false tax return