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Martin O'Malley Explains How He'd Expand Social Security As Progressives Wait On Hillary Clinton

WASHINGTON -- Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said Friday that he would expand Social Security benefits and lift the payroll tax cap on the wealthy if elected president, as progressives wait to see whether the candidate he's trying...Show More Summary

Brazil Senate passes austerity bill in win for Rousseff

BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil's Senate approved a bill to roll back payroll tax breaks on Wednesday that is a key measure in President Dilma Rousseff's efforts to reduce a gaping fiscal deficit and restore confidence in her government's accounts.

Tax Roundup, 8/5/15: Steal employment taxes? YOLO! And: what are your state’s real pension liabilities?

Living it up now, dealing with the prison time later. The few times I have seen taxpayers get behind on payroll […]

OR: LTD May Pick Up a Tax Increase

Aug. 02--Lane Transit District leaders will decide this month whether to increase the agency's payroll tax rate on local businesses starting Jan. 1 to sustain a three-year increase in bus service hours, culminating with the opening of...Show More Summary

How Many Years Back Can the IRS Go in its Search for Tax Fraud?

The IRS and Department of Justice have cracked down on tax fraud and tax evasion regardless of its form. However, in recent announcements the Department of Justice has revealed its targeted enforcement focus on business payroll tax fraud, offshore tax fraud including non-compliance with FATCA & FBAR, Stolen Identity Tax Return Fraud (SIRF), and other […]

Treasury Hoards Cash (Why?) As Tax Revenues Soar

Withholding tax collections weakened last week, which has implications for July nonfarm payrolls, but remained in the same narrow range of 5-6% annual nominal growth they have been in since April. The Treasury continues to build and hold record levels of cash instead of increasing spending. Download this report for all the details, charts, and analysis…

Taylor: Should Payroll Taxes Be Repealed?

Willard B. Taylor (NYU), Should Payroll Taxes Be Repealed?, 148 Tax Notes 213 (July 13, 2015) This article argues that serious consideration should be given to the repeal or payroll taxes, i.e., of FICA and SECA, and of the 3.8% tax on net investment income, and Social Security and Medicare...

Happy's Pizza Founder Gets Over 4 Years Prison For Tax Fraud

Income tax and payroll tax brought down the Happy's Pizza founder yielding a stiff prison sentence.

Deron Williams Is Said to Be Leaving Nets for Dallas

Williams was reported to be planning to join the Mavericks after getting a buyout of $27.5 million over five years, an agreement that would move the Nets’ payroll beneath the luxury tax threshold.

Cleveland Cavs' Face Expensive 'All-In' Season After Re-Signing Their Own

For the Cleveland Cavaliers, "All In" wasn't just a playoff motto but apparently the offseason strategy as well. Already with a payroll well above the salary cap and dipping into the luxury tax in 2014-15, the Cavs now appear to be closing...Show More Summary

Thinking about payroll tax relief

Already in the presidential campaign we have seen a flat-tax plan from Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and a pro-growth, pro-middle-class plan from Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.). Longtime GOP strategist and former White House spokesman Ari Fleischer has a proposal for something we have suggested — payroll tax relief: “I would tell them to create a new Economic […]

Popular Pizzeria Confesses Major Tax Evasion

Charles and Mary Bangle, owners of Manco & Manco Pizza, have been known in the past for their kindness and generosity. In their pizza chain business, Charles handled daily operations and Mary handled all cash, including payroll. Recently, however, both... The post Popular Pizzeria Confesses Major Tax Evasion appeared first on.

IRS Will Collect Unpaid Payroll Taxes Years Later

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can be dogged in its efforts to collect income tax. Some recent news is the agency can be even more focused on getting its due when it comes to payroll taxes. While the statute of... The post IRS Will Collect Unpaid Payroll Taxes Years Later appeared first on.

Square launches payroll service for small businesses

Today, payments startup Square is launching its latest small business offering: payroll services. For $20 a month plus an additional $5 per employee, Square Payroll will handle employee payment and all the accompanying taxes. This service...Show More Summary

OR: TriMet Proposes Raising Payroll Taxes to Improve Service

June 24--Confident that the Great Recession is in the rearview mirror, TriMet appears ready to once again increase payroll taxes on Portland area employers and self-employed workers to help fund future transit expansion. In 2009, the...Show More Summary

Senator Rand Paul’s Payroll Tax Swap

Senator and Presidential hopeful Rand Paul (R-KY) recently released his tax reform plan. The plan eliminates most of the current tax code and replaces it with two taxes: a 14.5 percent tax on all individual income with a large standard deduction and personal exemption and a 14.5 percent VAT on a business’s profits and payroll. Show More Summary

Tax Updates For Payroll Software Are Running Late This Year

When the new financial year begins in a fortnight in Australia, corporate payroll software will need to have been updated to take account of relevant taxation changes. It looks like that process will be going right down to the wire for several vendors. More »      

IRS, Tax Preparation Firms Join Forces To Fight Tax Fraud

IR-2015-87 (June 11, 2015), IRS, Industry, States Take New Steps Together to Fight Identity Theft, Protect Taxpayers: The Internal Revenue Service joined today with representatives of tax preparation and software firms, payroll and tax financial product processors and state tax administrators to announce a sweeping new collaborative effort to combat...

The Long and the Short Runs

(June 7, 2015 12:50 PM, by David Henderson) After noting how high payroll tax rates are in Europe, Arnold Kling comments: I had not realized that these tax rates are so high. I find it hard to reconcile Germany's relatively low unemployment rate with this high payroll tax... (0 COMMENTS)

Tax Roundup, 6/5/15: Iowa adds deductions to 1041s. And: the dangers of unmonitored payroll services.

Federal 709 costs good for Iowa 1041. The Iowa General Assembly yesterday eased restrictions on administrative deductions for fiduciaries. Iowa uses […]

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