The deadline for Prince's estate to file its tax payment is this week, and the government is expected to take nearly half of the late artist's assets.
Sheree Whitfield may have poured big bucks into her infamous Chateau Sheree, but it seems she forgot to save a few pretty pennies for Uncle Sam. The Real Housewives of… READ ON
This article was written by PolicyGenius staff writer Paul Sisolak. Tax time is here, and if this will be your first time filing paperwork for Uncle Sam, it can trigger dreaded thoughts of drowning in confusing paperwork, and then, after...Show More Summary
President-Elect Donald Trump is feeling charitable again. This time, it's Uncle Sam who's the target of his largesse. President-Elect Donald Trump and his three older children (Eric, Ivanka and Donald Jr.) get ready to meet the press this morning (Jan. Show More Summary
Bill Walton is part of the “ESPN Voices” element of the College Football Playoff Megacast. He dressed up like Uncle Sam for (...)
ESPN threw Bill Walton onto its ESPN Voices feed of tonight’s national championship game, and the basketball legend—clad in an Uncle Sam costume—has spent the game asking basic questions about which teams are playing, who the quarterbacks are, and where the game is being played all on top of other panelists’… Read more...
The government is looking for fertile minds to create a new breed of biodegradable military bullets that hold seeds along with gunpowder. The Department of Defense in November put out a call for proposals from businesses that might be...Show More Summary
Rapper No Longer In Debt To The IRS Nas started 2017 off virtually debt free after he finally ponied up millions for old tax debts to Uncle Sam. The veteran Queens rapper has shelled out more than $3.5 million in
Decked out in a star-spangled bikini and top hat, Courtney Stodden appears as a sexy Uncle Sam in a new PETA poster that proclaims, “I Want YOU … to... The post PETA’s Sexy Uncle Sam Posters Debut Along Inauguration Parade Route appeared first on PETA.
Have you ever wondered where your money disappears to each month? You work hard; you know you make it—yet it seems as though you never have any, or at least not as much as you think you should after you pay your bills (and Uncle Sam takes his portion). Show More Summary
A portfolio review before the year is out could minimize what you owe Uncle Sam when April comes around
2016 has been a great year to be a stock market investor. All the major indexes have moved solidly higher, providing profits for short-term traders and long-term investors alike. Dark, bearish fears
Starting this week, the federal government began asking some travelers to the U.S. to supply details about their social media accounts. As you can see below, Uncle Sam now wants visitors to disclose their presence on popular services like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter in what appears to be a long shot attempt to screen for […]
If Uncle Sam and Scrooge had a child... It's possible but hard to imagine the creature that would evolve from that union. Yet more than a few lawyers have conjured up the image in the form of the U.S. Department of Education, which has taken back the offer......
Once the Yuletide log burns out and the New Year's ball drops, it's soon time for a less-joyful annual tradition: Calculating how much money you owe the Internal Revenue Service. We all know that Uncle Sam takes a share of our earnings, but have you considered other events in the past year that...
President Barack Obama on Friday signed long-sought legislation by Rep. Jeff Denham, a Republican of Turlock, Calif., designed to help Uncle Sam slim down by shedding excess property. Years in … Click to Continue »
You have plenty of opportunities to make moves before Dec. 31 that will lower what you owe Uncle Sam
The young men and women who could save us are working for Google, Microsoft, Uber and Tinder instead of Uncle Sam.
Good news. A short-term spending bill is in place to keep Uncle Sam's agencies running. Better news. The money will be in place through midnight April 28, 2017, meaning that the upcoming main tax-filing season (set to kick off Jan. 23, 2017) won't be hampered by a government shutdown. Show More Summary