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One Good Sign the Economy Is Staying Strong: Your Payroll Tax Withholdings

The U.S. economy grew at a 4.6% annual rate in the second quarter, according to the latest report from the Commerce Department. But leaves are turning brown now and this morning's report describes what happened from April to June. How has the overall economy performed since then? Here's some evidence the strength has continued.

New Poll Shows Voters Prefer Payroll Tax Cut to Minimum Wage Hike

As Guy Benson reported earlier today, a new poll of likely voters conducted for Townhall by Gravis Marketing found that Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-LA)...

Payroll Taxes Can Bring IRS To Your Door, Even Land You In Jail

Payroll Taxes are Especially Sensitive Since Employers Are Withholding From Wages. Failing to Send it to the IRS Can Land You in Jail, Especially if You Do it Repeatedly.

U.S. tax revenue to rise if Obama legalizes some immigrants -report

3 weeks agoNews : The Newsroom

The group, which has close ties to the Obama administration, estimated $21.2 billion in additional payroll taxes would be collected over five years under one scenario available to Obama, who has made immigration reform a priority of his second term. Show More Summary

When Payroll Taxes Pyramid It Means Penalties, Even Jail

Payroll Taxes are Pursued Aggressively by the IRS, with Personal Liability For Owners, Officers, and Check Signers. And Some Violations Mean Jail.

Payroll Tax changes, or is it a new Recuitment Agency Tax?

last monthAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

On Thursday evening the ACT Legislative Assembly passed the ACT Payroll Tax Reform Bill. This Bill prevents “genuine employers” from being exempt from payroll tax if they pick up contract work through a recruitment agency. Unfortunately, yet again, the ACT Government has done a poor job in formulating policy. This new policy has the following effect [...]

TIGTA: Tax Exempt Tax Deadbeats: Nonprofit Groups Owe the IRS Nearly $1 Billion in Payroll Taxes

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration today released Some Tax-Exempt Organizations Have Substantial Delinquent Payroll Taxes (2014-10-012): IRS records indicate that the majority of tax-exempt organizations pay their Federal taxes. However, a small percentage are not paying their taxes. More than 64,200 (3.8%) tax?exempt organizations had nearly $875 million...

Tax Roundup, 8/13/14: Tax Fairies in the graveyard? And: another payroll service goes bad.

Of course cemetery lots are shooting up in value.  People are dying to get in!  Taxpayers seek the Tax Fairy […]

Lew Supports Funding Change for Disability Program

Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said Monday Congress should reallocate payroll tax revenue to divert more money to support the Social Security Disability Insurance fund. Here's what was behind Mr. Lew's statement.

Don't Expand Government, Cut the Payroll Tax Instead

The Earned Income Tax Credit is one of the federal government's most successful anti-poverty programs. As House Budget Committee Chairman...

Facebook: Reiterating Buy And Targeting $92

By Markos Kaminis (Wall St. Greek): Facebook (NYSE: FB) blew out expectations in the second quarter, reporting non-GAAP EPS of $0.42 before share-based compensation and related payroll tax expense and income tax adjustment. The result compared against the analysts' consensus expectation for $0.32 a share. Show More Summary

'Chek' with business first

The TransitChek program enables employees to pay train and bus fares with pretax earnings, potentially saving them hundreds of dollars annually on payroll and income taxes. Employers can save on... To view the full story, click the title link.

Michigan Vs. CIA: Spy Agency’s Embarrassing Tax Problem

Looks as if that little kerfluffle in Germany isn’t the only embarrassment facing America’s top spy agency. Seems the agent has plenty of covert operators but a lousy payroll department: Now read this:Michigan Woman Accidentally Second Amendments Herself In The Face While Trying ‘To Make A Point’ (Jul 15, 2014) 12-Year-Old Shot In The Face [...]

Brooklyn Nets Pay Record $91M Luxury Tax

The Brooklyn Nets will pay an NBA-record $90.57 million in luxury-tax penalties to the rest of the NBA teams for their gargantuan 2013-2014 payroll. Team owner Mikhail Prokhorov boasts a net worth exceeding $10 billion. Based in large...Show More Summary

Social Security Taxes: This Simple Chart Shows How Much They've Soared

Payroll taxes to fund Social Security have jumped dramatically since the program began. Find out how much.

A Payroll Tax Math Error Adds $5 Billion To The Deficit

Nothing gets lawmakers and pundits more outraged than government’s proverbial waste, fraud, and abuse. Nearly always, these stories involve spending. But taxes are hardly immune. One case of pure waste involves a simple math mistake that will cost the Treasury $5 billion in lost revenue over the next decade. Show More Summary

Payroll tax changes hit Canberra families and businesses

3 months agoAustralia / Canberra : RiotACT

Even with the government’s announcement on the 24th of June that it will extend the commencement date of the Payroll Tax Amendment Bill to the 1st of October 2014, there is still widespread confusion in the ACT market. Shadow Treasurer Brendan Smyth has called on the government to give greater certainty to affected businesses and [...]

The Average U.S. Worker Pays over $16,000 in Income and Payroll Taxes

The average U.S. worker faces a tax burden of 31.3 percent. This includes both income taxes and payrolls taxes. Between these two types of taxes, the average U.S. workers pays over $16,000 in taxes on their labor. The tax burden is a...Show More Summary

U.S. Taxes Have Changed A Lot Since 1929

U.S. taxes today bear little resemblance to the taxes collected before World War II. Income and payroll taxes have replaced tariffs and excise taxes at the federal level while property taxes have become less important for state and local governments. Show More Summary

20,000 Kansans still waiting for their state tax refunds

Every year I nag preach remind folks about adjusting payroll withholding so that the tax man gets only as much as he should. That advice applies not only to the Internal Revenue Service, but state tax collectors, too. Just ask around 20,000 Kansas taxpayers who won't get their state refund checks for another couple of weeks. Show More Summary

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