Thanks to changes in a Department of Energy loan program, Alcoa Inc. has received a conditional commitment for a $259 million loan, which will help it provide aluminum to Ford Motor Co. to build more aluminum F-150s.
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BAGHDAD -- It’s all a ruse, some Iraqis say, nothing more than a carefully thought-out plan to destabilize their bloodied country even more. Twelve years after the 2003 invasion of Iraq, and three years after U.S. forces pulled out, the U.S. Show More Summary
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Here are four reasons you might be forking over too much to Uncle Sam on your tax returns this year
Tax refunds are the return of yearlong, interest-free loans to Uncle Sam, and if they're over a certain amount, there are better ways to make that money work for you. Also, spring is a good reminder to take care of one of your most valuable assets. Jill Schlesinger reports
Uncle Sam is the biggest basketball fan for the next few weeks. He might not care that much which college team will eventually be crowned the NCAA men's hoops champion, but he definitely welcomes the taxes he'll collect on all the March Madness betting. Show More Summary
Silicon Valley, Uncle Sam needs you! No, I’m not talking about just your checkbook. Many of us who work in tech and live in California are accustomed to calls from candidates and campaigns asking for money every couple of years. But this request is much different. Show More Summary
I can't imagine leaving my tax refund in Uncle Sam's hands for years. But then, I usually don't get a refund. Most taxpayers, however, do get at least some tax cash back every year. And every year, some folks don't claim what's theirs. Show More Summary
Do you know how much you pay in taxes compared to other countries? If you complain about the 26.9% of GDP in taxes Uncle Sam imposes, you should be thankful you don't live in Denmark where the income tax rate is 49% or Germany at 40.6% or the United Kingdom at 39%. Show More Summary
If you do not have enough money to pay taxes this year, you still have some options for avoiding the ire of Uncle Sam
Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP By JOSH LEDERMAN WASHINGTON -- More than 40 million Americans are in debt thanks to their education, and most of their loans come from Uncle Sam. So President Barack Obama is aiming to clamp down on the private...Show More Summary
With some help from Uncle Sam, there are many ways to reduce your tax bill. Too many people rush through the tax preparation process, and in doing so they may be overlooking great opportunities. Jill Schlesinger reports.
Attention Taobao: Uncle Sam is still watching you.
Falcons? Lions? Colts? Jags? Raiders? Ndamukong Suh is about to get paid, but his free-agent choice could come down to state income tax. Ex-agent Joel Corry explains.
As for those in the K Street elite pushing Uncle Sam to confront the bear, it isn’t hard to see what they have to gain. There’s a familiar ring to the U.S. calls to arm Ukraine’s post-coup government. That’s because the same big-money players who stand to benefit from belligerent relations with Russia haven’t forgotten a favorite Cold War tune. Show More Summary
If you still haven't settled up with Uncle Sam, Amazon's offering terrific prices on H&R Block Tax Software, today only. Prices start at just $17 for the Deluxe edition (compared to $45 when purchased directly from H&R Block's website), and stretch up to $37 for Premium & Business (compared to $80). Read more...
You've gotta love the Internet! Robert De Niro recently found out that he had a $6.4 million tax lien put on him due to not paying Uncle Sam. [ Related: Anne Hathaway & Robert De Niro Get Their Tai Chi On In New York For The Intern ] Well, it turns out it was just because the IRS [...]
When writing checks to the Internal Revenue Service, taxpayers might wish Uncle Sam had a much smaller appetite. Yet they know that putting him on a severe diet means Sam can’t get his job done. The diet Congress has imposed on the IRS means taxpayers not only have to pay up, but they also have […]