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Individual Taxes: TaxVox
Economists Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman of the University of California at Berkeley have a new book that has generated an enormous amount of attention...
October 11, 2019Howard Gleckman
: TaxVox
Is hate speech constitutionally protected? Do groups that express hate in their words and deeds deserve tax-exempt status? Is the IRS equipped to judge what...
September 25, 2019Robert A. Weinberger
: TaxVox
About 82 percent of individual and business taxes due are paid voluntarily and on time. But not all taxpayers pay all they owe. Thus, the...
July 17, 2019Robert A. Weinberger
Individual Taxes: TaxVox
One day soon, the IRS will release its near-final version of the 2020 Form W-4 that workers are supposed to use to calculate their federal...
July 11, 2019Howard Gleckman
: TaxVox
The IRS published its annual trove of tax statistics Internal Revenue Service Data Book, 2018 on May 20. On its face, the volume is a...
June 7, 2019Robert A. Weinberger
Business Taxes: TaxVox
Do you consider not paying taxes “sport?” The President of the United States says he does. And that raises serious concerns about the stability of our volumtary tax system.
May 8, 2019Howard Gleckman
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You’ve printed out your returns. You are awaiting your refund…or the IRS cashed your balance due check. Now you finally can put that shoebox full...
April 25, 2019Howard Gleckman
Individual Taxes: TaxVox
House Ways and Means Committee Chair Richard Neal will need more than six years of President Trump’s income tax returns...
April 5, 2019Steven M. Rosenthal
Business Taxes: TaxVox
In recent weeks, we’ve seen four different stories that raise questions about the state of tax-exempt organizations.
March 29, 2019Howard Gleckman
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Following nearly a decade of cutbacks in the Internal Revenue Service’s funding, many observers are concerned about the agency’s ability to enforce the tax code...
March 26, 2019Janet Holtzblatt