With her announcement Monday that she is entering the presidential race, Michele Bachmann has given the tea party a candidate to call its own. Her conservative views and flame-throwing style have already attracted tangible support from evangelicals and the anti-Washington crowd. But is she capable of running a campaign that can withstand the rigors and scrutiny of the presidential process?
Identity theft involving tax returns rose fivefold between 2008 and 2010, a new study shows. Taxpayer identity theft typically involves stealing Social Security numbers and filing for refunds early.
Doomsday date re-recalculated by Harold Camping to take place in October. Most Christians dismiss the doomsday date predictions.
With proposals on the table to change the way that small businesses are taxed, it's worth looking at how different kinds of businesses would be impacted
Many tax breaks are government spending by another name. But tax breaks don't get the scrutiny that direct spending does.
Harold Camping had prophesied that the world as we know it would end today. But the time has come and gone, and "The Rapture" has not occurred.
The government should subsidize health insurance through refundable tax credits, not by writing checks directly to everybody over 67 years old
Neither Boehner nor Stewart can recognize certain preferences in the tax code for what they really are – spending.
Dunkin' Donuts IPO announced. But private owners of parent company won't say when, or how many shares will be created for the Baskin-Robbins and Dunkin' Donuts IPO.