Posts Tagged ‘irs’

Treasury issues final rules on qualified income rule

The Treasury Department and IRS have released final regulations on a new deduction for noncorporate businesses created under  the new tax law.

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Pete Rose makes more than $1 million a year but still owes money to casinos and IRS, his estranged wife says

Pete Rose makes at least $1.2 million a year, primarily from autographs and appearance fees, but is in debt to casinos and the IRS and repeatedly fails to make his support payments on time, his estranged wife claimed in court documents. Carol Rose’s allegations appeared in a filing made in Los…

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IRS says it’s possible to prepay some property tax this year to save money. Here are the rules

For households rushing to prepay property taxes before a new cap on deductions takes effect, the IRS released some good news Wednesday: In many cases, it will allow such a maneuver. That had been up for debate, because the new tax law was silent on such a scenario, even though it specifically prohibits…

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Tax refunds going toward tips, taxis and Tahiti trips, travel survey finds

The average individual income tax refund will be about $3,050, according to the IRS. Where does that money go?

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Tax refunds going toward tips, taxis and Tahiti trips, travel survey finds

The average individual income tax refund will be about $3,050, according to the IRS. Where does that money go

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Free tax prep, coffee and donuts offered for late filers at Koreatown event

Los Angeles County residents who have yet to file state or federal taxes can head to Koreatown on Tax Day for free coffee, donuts and tax preparation services. From 9 a.m.

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Free tax prep, coffee and donuts offered for late filers at Koreatown event

Los Angeles County residents who have yet to file state or federal taxes can head to Koreatown on Tax Day for free coffee, donuts and tax preparation services.

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How long should you keep paperwork about an estate?

Dear Liz: My mother-in-law died 11 years ago and had money everywhere. Thus, I have five drawers full of paperwork

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Personal finance Q&A: What to do if payment to IRS goes missing

Dear Liz: I just received a letter from the IRS informing me that I missed a quarterly tax payment last September with several resulting penalties. I made that payment with a check from a securities trust account that I don’t closely monitor, so I didn’t realize the check hadn’t been cashed

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John Oliver deploys Michael Bolton to make the IRS feel sexy

Tax Day is Wednesday and if you thought you were having a bad time, John Oliver explained on “Last Week Tonight” on Sunday that the IRS employees have it far worse.

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