Paper is sooooo 20th century. Even recycled paper has lost its cachet. Everything seems to be going digital. Except in Virginia. Specifically, in the Virginia Department of Taxation. The Old Dominion is going back to the future next year when it comes to state tax refunds. Show More Summary
A government report reveals more errors at the IRS. This time, IRS paid out $3 billion in erroneous tax credits to companies that didn't earn them.
Despite all the warnings, the recently wrapped 2015 filing season is shaping up, at least as far as refunds are concerned, to be about the same as last year. Internal Revenue Service filing data through April 17 shows that the number...Show More Summary
If there’s one upside to doing your taxes, it’s the refund that you might get once you file. And while almost 40 percent of Americans who get a refund use the money to pay down debt — you may be wondering what else you can do to put your money to work. Check out this infographic courtesy [...]
The convoy of bad ideas keeps rolling down the road: Senate Bill 700, which was recently introduced in the General Assembly, threatens nonprofit tax exemption in North Carolina. It would reduce the cap on sales tax refunds to $100,000 per year, down from the current $45 million. Show More Summary
Corinne Vermillion is finding jail inconvenient: she has a tax refund check to cash!
It's Fix The Tax Code Friday! With tax fraud in the news this season, I wonder whether taxpayers would be willing to accept a delay in the issuance of refunds if it allowed IRS to reduce the incidents of fraud...
This week brought tax season to an end, and depending on how it went for you last year, you’ll be collecting a refund check or writing one out to the IRS instead. Seems as good a time as any to … Continue reading ?
Dear American Taxpayers, Congrats! April 15th has come and gone, and unless you filed for an extension or are just a low-life scofflaw, you've met your obligation to file your 2015 tax return! And when you did, approximately 80% of you became entitled to a refund, meaning that in about six to eight [...]
Whether you received a nice tax refund or owe money, the last thing you probably want to do is think about preparing for next year’s taxes. But just think, spending a few minutes today could save you hours (and help maximize your refund) when you sit down to file next year. Here are five ways [...]
$3,000. That's the average refund amount. And if you're like the average taxpayer, how you spend your refund may need rethinking.
www.foxbusiness.com – According to an IRS news release, the IRS estimates that it holds approximately $1 billion in unclaimed federal tax refunds from tax year 2011. The IRS generally allows a three-year period to file and claim any unclaimed federal... The post IRS has $1 Billion in Unclaimed Refunds appeared first on.
John Feehery: Business leaders shouldn’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good. Embracing the Ryan approach and getting as much as they can now in terms of corporate tax reform would result in real progress.
The average refund for D.C. taxes is $990. [ more › ]
If you have only one job and take the standard deduction, filing your taxes can be pretty simple. It’s so simple, in fact, that fraudsters are happy to do it for you, stealing your refund in the process. What happens to taxpayers who get stuck in this situation? Tax fraud is complicated, and sometimes they end up waiting for … [More]
Happy Tax Deadline Day! If you're luckily enough to have a refund coming your way, allow us to help you spend it. Here are 10 amazing beauty products worthy of your cash from our Glamour, Glam Belleza Latina, and Lipstick.com writer and editors (and 4 of them are fragrances. Show More Summary
Feeling the wallet squeeze on Tax Day? Or maybe that tax refund was huge? Either way, here are some special offers from Chicago businesses to help save or splurge. Hard Rock Cafe 63 W. Ontario St. 312-943-2252 Sing a song on the cafe stage and receive a free Local Legendary burger. Show More Summary
Jose Lamas Sr. is quite a guy. Cuban by birth, he fled in 1963 to Central America, where he is now reputed to be the wealthiest man in Honduras. He shows up as one of the backers of the 2009 coup that ousted President Maneul Zelaya. His company in Honduras ( [...]
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