There's a Democratic debate tonight. How do the two remaining candidates compare on tax policy?
The beginning of the year is seeing several big changes in tax policy around the country.
Higher taxes may be necessary in order to help repair Flint's broken water system.
When the NFL demands tax exemptions for Super Bowl tickets and related purchases like parking, who do the exemptions really help?
The Congressional Budget Office's outlook on the deficit, and more.
The good news for St. Louis is that there is little evidence that having a sports team, especially a football team, improves a city's or region's economy.
Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz battled it out over whether Cruz's proposed tax policy would be a Value Added Tax.
Latest updates on tax policy, including Obama's statements on the Earned Income Tax Credit during his final State of the Union address.
A new law will, in certain circumstances, require the IRS to use private debt collectors to recover unpaid taxes.
As the IRS moves more of its interactions with taxpayers online and to third-party intermediaries, experts predict that in-person communication with the tax agency could become more difficult.
And what these plans may reveal about the candidates' other priorities.
The essential questions voters should be asking about the presidential candidates' tax plans and how they will affect both individual consumers and the national economy.
Candidates' tax proposals offer a window into their opinions on tax. While the proposals will likely not pass as is, the candidates' opinions will shape discussion in Congress.
Corporate tax inversions have come under scrutiny as Pfizer plans a merger with Irish Allergen. However, inversions may only be a part of the problem.
Clinton proposed a new plan to address inversions – US firms combining with foreign firms for lower tax rates. The plan is far more aggressive than the actions President Obama has taken.
The rules in place today for the Child Tax Credit offer the best benefits for low-income families compared to alternative plans. Maintaining the current rules may be the best option.
Are ABLE accounts mislabeled? ABLE accounts offer many benefits for individuals diagnosed with disabilities, but they may not go far enough to ensure the availability of Medicaid or Supplemental Security Income.
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.