REAL MONEY Making the Case against Receiving a Federal Income Tax Refund
Millions of Americans celebrate receiving an income tax refund each year. Many of these same people live each month under the burden of financial hardship, struggling to make ends meet, often falling ... Posted on 3/8/13 at 12:43 PM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Eat the Rich
Are you mad at rich people? Do you respect them? The class warfare debate is as alive as ever, and an article in the New York Timesstirred the coals with this piece. It says that France's new Socialis... Posted on 8/8/12 at 12:20 PM
The Justice Department is opening a criminal investigation of the Internal Revenue Service just as another probe concludes that lax management enabled agents to improperly target tea party groups for extra scrutiny when they applied for tax exempt status.
One of the big issues North Dakota lawmakers still have to work out this session is one that would keep more money in your wallet. The Senate has scaled back the cuts to income and corporate taxes -- it now looks similar to Governor Dalyrmple's recommendation, but it's $375 million lower than what the House proposed.
Tax season is ramping up, but thanks to last month's fiscal cliff deal in Washington not everyone can file with the IRS yet. The deal changed the tax code, and the IRS couldn't make the changes in time for everyone to file right away.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Advocates of eliminating North Dakota property taxes do not have authority to sue public officials whom they believe are illegally spending taxpayers' money to campaign against the idea, the North Dakota Supreme Court concluded.
CROOKSTON, MN (WDAZ-TV) - Minnesotans concerned about taxes, education and health care voiced their concerns to their lawmakers in Crookston on Wednesday. Legislators are traveling the state on their 10-day break.
EAST GRAND FORKS, MN (WDAZ-TV) - The tax season clock is ticking as there's about one month left to file for returns. Waiting until the last minute can cause some stress, but on Thursday some people in East Grand Forks got a little relief at the local library.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Confronting an economy in peril, President Barack Obama unveiled a larger-than-expected $450 billion plan Thursday night to boost jobs and put cash in the pockets of dispirited Americans, urging Republican skeptics to embrace an approach heavy on the tax cuts they traditionally love.
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