Internal Revenue Service
By Jim Donovan: The Internal Revenue Service today issued its annual “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams, reminding taxpayers to use caution during tax season to protect themselves against a wide range of schemes ranging […]
Experts recommend using some type of guidance to navigate forms and maximize your returns.
By Jim Donovan: If you received unemployment benefits this year, you must report the payments on your federal income tax return. Here are four tips from the IRS about unemployment benefits. 1. You must include […]
The IRS expects 75 percent of all 2012 returns will get a refund, so if you haven’t started preparing your taxes yet, do it.
By Jim Donovan: The Free File Alliance, a nonprofit coalition of industry-leading tax software companies is partnering with the Internal Revenue Service, to launch the 2013 Free File program. Since its inception in 2003, Free File […]
Shawn Sisco, 48, was indicted by a grand jury on 31 counts of fraud and related charges for allegedly preparing tax returns with inflated deductions.
Tax season is now officially underway and whether you’re filing your returns online or through the mail, the Internal Revenue Service says there are things to consider when hiring someone to prepare that return for you.
The Campaign for Working Families in Philadelphia says now is the time to get ready.
The new tax laws didn’t take effect until January 2nd, and IRS forms had to be changed and software updated.
The IRS is easing its hardship rules for victims of Sandy.
The Internal Revenue Service has agreed to allow local police and prosecutors access to tax information to go after those who are perpetrating tax return fraud.
“Small businesses overwhelming support the (Obamacare) tax credits. The problem is, they don’t know about them,” says the CEO of a small-business advocacy group.
Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin renounced his US citizenship and now lives in Singapore. Interesting timing, says US Sen. Bob Casey.
Five owners of the “Nifty Fifty’s” restaurant chain are charged in a tax evasion conspiracy that allegedly hid $15 million worth of income, cheating the IRS out of $2.2 million in taxes.
The federal indictment just unsealed charges 34-year-old Patricia Fountain, who works for the IRS, and 39-year-old Larry Ishmael with defrauding the US government.