Americans who don't sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act this year will have to pay much larger penalties on their 2016 tax returns than during the ACA’s first two enrollment periods.
Pfizer's recent merger with Allergan has revived the debate over corporate inversion. One way the US could protect its tax base and slow inversions is by establishing an exit tax on US firms with deferred earnings.
The Treasury has been studying the practice of "earning stripping," or borrowing form a foreign parent company to pay a lower tax rate. Nothing has yet been done about it.
The Obama administration is addressing the 55 million Americans who do not save for retirement. The new initiatives will make saving easier than ever.
Most women are coming up short in retirement savings. This shortage could be due to a lack of effect tax incentives or a lack of resources. Either way, women should be saving more.
Marco Rubio's plan to cut federal gas tax and federal aid for transportation projects would give states greater flexibility, but also cause disputes on interstate projects.
Mexico's junk food tax is an example of how governments often tax harmful products, but is taxing a product to stop harmful actions always a viable option?
While most states are voting to make tax hikes more difficult, many are still uncertain about marijuana. This article details many of the results seen.
Most low-income families that are benefiting from the Earned Income Tax Credit need the help of a paid preparer. These perparers can make mistakes at the expense of the families. Regulation may help stop this.
A bipartisan tax reform deal might seem like a lost cause, but President Bush showed us it can be done.
The bi-partisan budget deal takes a small, but meaningful step toward cracking down on tax avoidance by large partnerships. It might not do enough, but it is signaling the right direction to head.
Puerto Rico's financial burdens may not be completely relieved by President Obama's latest plan to help. However, there is potential for the island territory.
The new Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, plans on running a deficit for the next three years and promises to balance it by 2019. This brief will help keep you up to date on this and other tax news.
Los Angeles city councilmen say a gun tax could raise up to $1 million per year for the city. The tax would echo similar moves in other cities, including Chicago.
Presidential candidates have recently proposed new Wall Street taxes. The differences and similarities reflect the candidates.
Estimates place the amount of American households that will not pay federal income tax at 45.3 percent. Read more to find out what that means.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development released a plan to cut down on corporate tax evasion. This news brief will keep you up to date on this and other tax news!
The Senate and House passed fuding to keep the government open through December 11. After that is anyone's guess. This brief will keep you up to date on this and other tax news!
Tax triggers might be popular, but they're bad policy. Governing requires government to take responsibility for budget decision now, not pawning them off on future legislators.
Speaker of the House John Boehner resigns and leaves many questions about the direction Congress will head in the wake of his departure. This brief will keep you up to date on this and other tax news.