At midnight on Donald J. Trump's 99th day in the Oval Office, the federal government could shut down. That would be a public relations disaster for the 45th president, who's struggling to show that he and his administration can get things done as he promised in his 100-day contract with voters. Show More Summary
It might be here already. Since Tax Day has already come and gone, we hope it's at least on the way. But when you finally get that sweet, sweet refund, what the hell is the best thing to do with it? If you have overdue debts to pay, or you've been putting off visiting the podiatrist or something, you'll want to take care of those necessities first. Show More Summary
That refund check could come in handy around the house. It may not get you a makeover. But it can give you a marketing edge.
Life has intervened and left me playing catch-up once again, lest you think GunFAIL actually stopped at some point. GunFAIL never stops. Picking things up from when we last left off in mid-Feburary, the week of the February 19-25 was a humdinger. Show More Summary
If the government shuts down, IRS employees will likely be furloughed, which by one estimate could freeze roughly $8 billion in refunds owed to 2.5 million families, some of whom may be depending on the money to pay bills or fund big purchases.
There’s surely a long list of reasons to keep the Federal government open. Here’s one: If a government shutdown forces the IRS to furlough staff—as...
The average individual income tax refund will be about $3,050, according to the IRS. Where does that money go? According to the travel website Airfarewatchdog.com, most travelers plan to use a portion of that on personal travel. The website asked more than 700 visitors about where their money would...
$300 per Iowan. The Des Moines Register covers the debate of Iowa’s refundable research credit in Big Iowa companies pay no income […]
Missouri's Democratic Auditor Nicole Galloway has issued a subpoena to the state revenue department for information on tax refunds. Galloway issued the subpoena Wednesday. She told reporters she's waited six … Click to Continue »
Most people, when they find out they’re getting a tax refund, are pretty antsy to get their hands on it. But there are plenty of misconceptions about how and when that money arrives. Here are four common myths about tax refund timing.
The Onion, IRS Announces Refunds Will Come In Form Of Forever Stamps This Year: Stating that the policy change represented the kind of reform taxpayers have long demanded, the IRS announced Tuesday that all refunds for the 2016 fiscal year will be disbursed in the form of Forever stamps. “Persons...
The York County Council has reopened discussion on refunding a resident for 10 years of overpaid taxes. The Herald reports (http://bit.ly/2om0PUX) that Rock Hill homeowner Erin Ramey had discovered earlier … Click to Continue »
Whether you’re looking to drown your sorrows or celebrate a refund, Grub Street has got you covered.
Every year in mid-April the "Tax Man comes a knocking" and you better be ready to pay up. For some, tax day is a glorious, magical time. That's because these individuals actually get a refund check. For others, it's a nightmarish, horrible...Show More Summary
Tax Day is here, with the deadline for filing 2016 taxes Tuesday, April 18th. Whether you owe money to Uncle Sam or you're celebrating with a refund, here are the Miami spots rewarding you with Tax Day specials.
Sure, the forms are complicated and yes, there is math. But tax season also generates about $300 billion in refunds
Tuesday is Tax Day, that dreaded day when millions of procrastinators rush to fulfill their civic duty by filing state and federal tax returns. But for most, it's not that … Click to Continue »
If your tax refund is smaller than expected, the government may have seized it to pay your delinquent debts.
State investigators have already blocked $21.3 million in fraudulent income tax refunds from being paid so far this year.