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Question Of Timing And Taxes
November 29, 2023
Canada’s digital services tax implementation date inches closer.
November 28, 2023
What are the key facts in Moore v United States?
IRS Gives Venmo, PayPal Users Another Year
November 27, 2023
One more year until expanded 1099-K reporting kicks in.
Thankful For Temporary Spending Plans?
November 20, 2023
President Biden signed the temporary government spending bill late last week.
Senate Passes Stopgap Funding Bill
November 16, 2023
Crisis averted, for now.
A House Vote, A Senate Hope
November 15, 2023
The House passed a two-tiered spending bill.
About The House Speaker’s Two-Tiered Plan…
November 14, 2023
Resistance is building with three days until a government shutdown.
The Federal Government Has Four More Days Of Funding
November 13, 2023
Speaker Johnson offers a two-tiered stopgap funding plan.
Voters Speak On State And Local Taxes This Week
November 9, 2023
Texas voters gave themselves an $18 billion property tax cut.
A ‘Maxi-Bus’ In The Works?
November 8, 2023
Maybe a maxi-bus in the Senate.
Haley Campaign Fiscal Plan And Updates From The States
November 7, 2023
What is Nikki Haley’s tax and budget platform?
Two More Weeks To Avoid A Government Shutdown
November 6, 2023
Congress has a lot to do and not a lot of time to do it.
Budget Battles, Court Decisions
November 3, 2023
House Democrats to oppose GOP plan to cut IRS budget to fund Israel aid.
O Canada! What Might Its Digital Services Tax Mean For Us?
November 3, 2023
Last month, my husband ran the Detroit Free Press Marathon. During the race , runners left Detroit and crossed the Ambassador Bridge into Windsor in...
To Make Money, You Have To Spend Money
November 2, 2023
House Republican plan to offset the cost of aid to Israel would actually increase the deficit by $90 billion over ten years.
Israel, The IRS, And An Earnings Tax
November 1, 2023
House Republicans want to pay for Israeli aid with IRS budget cuts.
Taxable Trick Or Tax-free Treat?
October 31, 2023
What makes Halloween candy taxable?
Tax Fraud And Tax Debt
October 30, 2023
On Capitol Hill this week…
Data, More Data, And A Mansion Tax
October 27, 2023
Lawmakers ask tax prep industry about sharing sensitive taxpayer data.
A New Speaker, Hope For A Stopgap Funding Measure
October 26, 2023
The New Speaker of the House is Mike Johnson.
Senate Action, Small Business Reaction
October 25, 2023
The Senate plans to vote on appropriations legislation this week.
Time Is Money
October 24, 2023
The Speaker race grows while the government funding bill remains a question.
26 Days Left To Reach A Spending Deal
October 23, 2023
Funding legislation stuck with a Speaker-less House.
An Option To Withdraw, A Requirement to Withhold
October 20, 2023
Employers can withdraw their pandemic-era employee-retention tax credit claims.
IRS To Test Direct File Next Year
October 19, 2023
IRS Direct File will be available to some taxpayers in 13 states next year.
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